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E. coli case linked to lettuce confirmed in Ottawa
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) has confirmed one case of E. coli linked to an outbreak in Ontario, Quebec and several U.S. states involving contaminated romaine lettuce.
Drone of government office generators so loud 'you can't even sleep'
Some downtown residents and business owners are complaining about a non-stop drone reverberating from power generators recently installed at a Government of Canada building.
Refugee sponsors welcome Syrian family to Canada
They've only been in Canada a short while, but a group of Syrian refugees living in Brockville, Ont., is already paying it forward by sponsoring a family of eight from their homeland.
Frostbite advisory issued for Ottawa, starting tonight
Look for two to four centimentres of blowing snow and wind chills falling into the minus 20's by night.
Gatineau student teachers protest unpaid internships
Students studying to become teachers in Gatineau, Que., are blocking the entrances to their classrooms to protest unpaid internships, which they say are harming their mental health and hampering their academic success.
'All we want is the truth': abuse victim demands answers from school board
NCC considering overnight closures of Gatineau Park parkways
Difficult Christmas ahead for tornado victims, relief group warns
What Doug Ford's climate change plan is expected to look like
Loblaws cranks up self-checkout with app that scans items while you shop
Fire in Mont-Bleu may be arson
Music star Susan Aglukark uses song to kick off conference on child sexual abuse
Inmate accused of disarming guard and shooting visitor at Kingston hospital
Why is there no romaine lettuce recall after E. coli outbreak 2 years in a row, expert asks
Police officer denied promotion because of race, hearing told
Ontario First Nations youth ask Trudeau for northern child advocate
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