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Another OPP officer dies by suicide
An Ontario Provincial Police constable at a detachment in Ottawa has taken his own life, the 13th reported suicide of an active or retired member of the police force since 2012.
Doctors delivering bad advice to expectant parents, Down syndrome advocates say
Advocates for children with Down syndrome say too often, doctors are automatically offering to terminate the pregnancy when they give parents the prenatal diagnosis.
City cracking down on elusive accessible taxis
The City of Ottawa is cracking down on drivers of wheelchair-accessible cabs who aren't always available for customers who need them.
Ontario government plans more changes to autism program amid fierce backlash
All families with a child with autism in Ontario will be eligible for some provincial funding — no matter their income — and some children with more severe autism could qualify for additional funding, the government says.
Transportation, health top list of budget demands in Outaouais
Health care and transportation are top of mind in the Outaouais as Quebec's finance minister prepares to table his government's first-ever budget Thursday.
Toronto Wolfpack founder wants to bring a pro rugby team to Ottawa
Up to 15 cm of snow coming to parts of the region
'He's going to be dynamic:' New Sens prospect Brannstrom making most of trade
Jumping over fire, and other ways to celebrate Persian New Year
How this man is helping the homeless, one haircut at a time
Van driver in campus rampage charged with theft, assault
City ready to lawyer up to prevent golf course development
Syrian women cook tastes from home for Arab Mother's Day
Quebec's taxi industry calls government reform 'an act of war'
What to look for in the CAQ government's first budget today
'Lawful but awful': Expert weighs in on Const. Montsion's arrest tactics
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