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'I got bear-maced in the face,' Ottawa mom says of newborn's brief abduction
A brazen, brief abduction on Mother's Day of an infant boy and his subsequent rescue by neighbours began after the child's mother was offered a free gift basket from someone she met on Facebook.
Students plan walkout to support victims of sexual abuse at Perth school
Students in Perth, Ont., are walking out of class Tuesday in support of former students who were victims of former St. John Catholic High School teacher Jeff Peters.
Ontario sees fewest new COVID-19 cases in almost 7 weeks
Ontario reported another 2,073 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the fewest on a single day since March 24, and 15 more deaths linked to the illness.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 11
Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic.
Door-to-door vaccines offered to Ottawa's most vulnerable
A new program in Ottawa is making the COVID-19 vaccine as accessible as possible to some of the city's most vulnerable, by having a team of health workers offer them door-to-door in apartment complexes.
Tree experts stumped by case of 'elephant trunk'
What Canada can learn from U.S., U.K. about COVID-19 vaccinations and reopening
Ontario teacher candidates say they've been left behind by new mandatory math test
Mix and match: Canadian officials watching the data on alternating COVID-19 vaccines
Gatineau man facing sexual assault, child porn charges dating back to 2012
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Crown turns attention to bus driver's earbuds
Woman accused of abducting newborn after befriending mother
Vaccine eligibility expanding this week
Why 'Asian' isn't a one-size-fits-all term for many Canadians
Kids suffering from 'social malnutrition' during pandemic, pediatricians warn
Ontario sees 2,716 new COVID-19 cases, expands eligibility for vaccines
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