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Taxpayers could pick up tab for mayor's Twitter-blocking legal fees
The city won't be representing Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson in the lawsuit served on him this week by three people he blocked on Twitter, but taxpayers could still be on the hook for his legal bills if the suit goes ahead.
The Fix: Bus ads anger Ottawa's Chinese community
With the Oct. 22 municipal election just days away, CBC Ottawa's All In A Day is collecting listeners' municipal gripes — and also seeking solutions.
Specialized unit aims to curb aggression in dementia patients
A unit at the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre that works to decrease the triggers that can set off aggressive behaviour in patients with dementia is now full, with a growing wait list.
Legal Montreal-area pot store lures Ottawa-Gatineau residents
Some residents of eastern Ontario and western Quebec travelled over an hour Wednesday to Mirabel, Que., the location of the closest legal cannabis store.
Bylaw 'swat team' to target pot smoking in city parks
The City of Ottawa has established a "swat team" of eight bylaw officers to keep pot smokers away from its parks.
Who's running for Ottawa city council?
New federal asbestos ban includes controversial exemptions
Racism a barrier to prenatal health care, midwives say
Community associations take stock of tornado lessons
Murder charge laid in death of South Glengarry, Ont., woman
Thursday will be a cold one
Tens of thousands of Canadians could soon be eligible for a pot pardon, but lawyers warn about limitations
Suspect wanted in violent Vanier home invasion
Gatineau Park roads reopen after cold snap
Carleton students start voting on cutting ties to student federation