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Centretown neighbourhood chosen as testing ground for mental crisis phone line
An incoming program that would serve as an alternate to 911 in Ottawa for calls about mental health issues will first be rolled out in the neighbourhood of Centretown, following the recommendation of a panel of mental health experts.
Windsor police officer charged with assault after off-duty incident in Ottawa
A Windsor, Ont., police officer has been charged with assault following an off-duty incident in Ottawa, the Windsor Police Service said Tuesday.
Pandemic floods 12 big food banks with $168M in reserves
Donor generosity allowed some of Canada's largest food banks to build up record reserve balances during the pandemic, but some are already watching the money drain away.
Anthony Rota resigns as Speaker after honouring Ukrainian veteran who fought with Nazi unit
Liberal MP Anthony Rota is stepping down as House of Commons Speaker after inviting a Ukrainian veteran who fought in a Nazi division to Parliament — a dramatic turn of events that will be welcomed by MPs on all sides who said the embarrassing incident was unforgivable.
Child sex abuse allegation at city-run daycare unfounded, police say
An abuse allegation involving an employee at the City of Ottawa's Dr. Ernest Couture Child Care Centre has been deemed unfounded, Ottawa police say.
Concerns raised about who will make up Quebec's new committee to study gender identity issues
May frost puts chill on apple-picking season
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Homeless encampment near Gatineau high school raises concerns
More than 5% of Ontario lawyers have a disability. A new initiative hopes to connect them
Quebec COVID-19 vaccination campaign to kick off Oct. 10 says health minister
Halton police officers injured in ByWard Market attack
Routine bank visit devolved into 'dehumanization,' says Black customer
Homeless encampments at 'all-time high' in Ottawa
Military's former HR head pleads not guilty to charge related to alleged inappropriate relationship
Ontario to introduce new Greenbelt bill soon, new housing minister says
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