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City of Ottawa to pledge to help build 151,000 homes in next decade
Ottawa's mayor is set to sign a pledge this week that lays out how the city will help the Ontario government hit its ambitious targets for home construction in the coming decade.
Woman told she shouldn't serve on Ottawa health board because of her weight
A member of the Ottawa Board of Health is speaking out against body shaming after she received a letter from a resident telling her she shouldn't be on the board because of her weight.
Cornwall hospital asking for patience as abuse of ER staff spikes
The Cornwall Community Hospital is reporting an increase in physical and verbal abuse of its emergency department staff, and is reminding the public to exercise patience and kindness while they wait for care.
Boxing Ontario didn't properly investigate alleged abuse by Ottawa coach, boxer says
For almost a decade, boxer Kaitlyn Clark says she was groomed, as well as verbally and psychologically abused by her Ottawa-based coach Jill Perry, which led to a serious eating disorder, seizures caused by post-traumatic stress and an Olympic-track boxing career indefinitely on hold.
Nordstrom Canada will launch sales at its closing stores starting Tuesday
Bargain hunters are one step closer to seeing sales at Nordstrom's closing Canadian locations. At a hearing at Osgoode Hall in Toronto on Monday, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice gave the U.S. retailer's Canadian branch permission to start liquidating its merchandise.
These may be the UN climate panel's last words before we hit 1.5 C limit
New archaeological dig at potential LeBreton Flats arena site in summer, NCC says
2 a.m. patio closures could become permanent
Why Doug Ford's government spends more than $6B/year subsidizing hydro rates
Employers who withhold workers' passports to face steeper fines under proposed Ontario law
Lower taxes, more government spending: What might Quebec's next budget include?
Afghan refugees want Canada to bring more family and friends to join them
Marchers bid farewell to storied, controversial Rideau Street McDonald's
Poilievre calls for changes to allow doctors, nurses to work across Canada
Indigenous filmmaking getting more of the spotlight, director says
The QMJHL will tighten rules around fighting. They've heard few objections
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CBC Ottawa News March 20, 2023CBC News Ottawa2 hours ago
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This champion boxer is alleging years of abuse by her former coachCBC News Ottawa16 hours ago
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'Paradigm shift' means more funding for Indigenous films, director saysCBC News Ottawa1 day ago
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CBC Saturday News March 18, 2023CBC News: Toronto at 6:002 days ago
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'The only barrier should be the boards': This charity helps make hockey more accessibleCBC News Ottawa2 days ago
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CBC Ottawa News March 17, 2023News Ottawa (Late Night)3 days ago
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Ukrainian newcomers teaching the art of pysanka ahead of EasterCBC News Ottawa4 days ago
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CBC Ottawa News March 16, 2023News Ottawa (Late Night)4 days ago
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