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Women, health-care workers account for bulk of Ottawa's COVID-19 cases
As Ottawa nears 2,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, new open data released by Ottawa Public Health is helping form a picture of the disease's impact on the city, and revealing who's been most affected.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Tuesday, June 2
CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key points during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor to join protest at U.S. Embassy on Friday
After telling city councillors that "racism is in our midst," Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson announced he'll be participating in the "No Peace Until Justice" march at the U.S. Embassy on Friday afternoon.
Businesses, landlords say federal rent help falling short
Both small business owners and their commercial landlords in Ottawa are complaining a federal funding program meant to help them through the COVID-19 crisis is insufficient and unfair.
COVID-19 derails summer camp plans for thousands
With dozens of city-run day camps cancelled on Monday, parents are left making alternative arrangements for their kids, or worrying about the safety of the activities if they do go ahead with modifications.
Businesses predict bleak summer tourist season
Ottawa to become 1st Canadian city to make masks 'mandatory' on transit
Police chief vows to 'fix our house' amid widespread unrest
Ottawa police member charged in relation to 'racist' meme
Hospitals failed to flag 700 positive COVID-19 tests to Ontario's public health units
That '70s summer: With camps, sports and lessons cancelled, kids are going free-range again
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday, June 1
Canoeist's body found in lake near Brockville
Don't cross the river for a haircut, Outaouais MNA urges Ottawans
City cancels day camps amid uncertainty
Ottawa Tourism getting $5.2M to help weather pandemic
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