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Key COVID-19 numbers in the Ottawa area today
Ottawa Public Health is reporting 46 new cases on Saturday, but the city's death toll has actually gone down after two cases were deemed to not be related to COVID-19.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Saturday, Nov. 28
CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic.
Parcel delivery companies are trading trucks for bikes in some Canadian cities. Here's why
The Black Friday, Cyber Monday, pre-Christmas pandemic online shopping frenzy calls for huge fleets of trucks and vans to deliver those gadgets and gifts. But those road-clogging, polluting vehicles are starting to give way to a greener, more efficient option in some Canadian cities: e-cargo bikes and trikes.
Long-lost purse raised from lake bed and reunited with owner
A small, leather purse and the $200 it contained have been reunited with the woman who lost them in a canoeing mishap more than two years ago.
3 men arrested in connection with data hack involving 360,000 Quebec teachers
The suspects are each facing charges of fraud, identity theft, possession of counterfeit documents, unauthorized use of credit card data, and unauthorized use of a computer.
Campaign on to encourage holiday shopping at local businesses
Entire Confederation Line closed Sunday
Ottawa unveils funding for poultry and egg farmers hurt by free-trade deals
Farm Boy brownie mix recalled due to undeclared milk content
Ontario reports 1,822 new COVID-19 cases, 29 more deaths
Make your own Vietnamese smoked brisket