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Trial of Ottawa convoy protest participant Pat King heads to closing arguments

CBC 24 Jul 2024
Closing arguments in the trial of a prominent figure in what became known as the Freedom Convoy will be heard in an Ottawa courtroom Friday ... .
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Ottawa residents watching U.S. election race developments closely

CTV 23 Jul 2024
Residents of Ottawa are keeping a close watch on the developments in the U.S. presidential race, following President Joe Biden's announcement this weekend that he would not seek re-election in November ... .
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Premiers send letter to Ottawa demanding bail reform after homicide of B.C. woman Tori Dunn

CBC 23 Jul 2024
Canada's premiers have sent a letter to the prime minister demanding a thorough review of the bail system after a B.C. woman was killed in her home. The man charged in her killing was out on bail on criminal charges for an unrelated robbery ... .
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Hot and humid weather continues in Ottawa with the risk of afternoon showers

CTV 23 Jul 2024
It will be a mainly sunny, hot and humid day in Ottawa, but you may want to bring an umbrella if you have plans outdoors late this afternoon and this evening ... .
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corruption in Ottawa

Bitchute 23 Jul 2024
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Ottawa police stop driver going 181 km/h on Strandherd Drive during one-night blitz

CTV 23 Jul 2024
Ottawa police hit the brakes on five stunt drivers in Barrhaven over the weekend, including one driver going 181 km/h on Strandherd Drive ... .
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Here's where 20 new photo radar cameras will be installed in Ottawa this summer and fall

CTV 23 Jul 2024
Work is underway to install 20 new photo radar cameras across the City of Ottawa, as the city continues to expand the automated speed enforcement program ... .
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Plan proposes building one of Ottawa's tallest residential buildings in Barrhaven

CTV 23 Jul 2024
The City of Ottawa has received an application to build two high-rise, mixed-use towers at the corner of Marketplace Avenue and McGarry Terrace, near Strandherd Drive, and a 440 sq. m. publicly accessible courtyard ... .
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Ottawa Humane Society reunites Montreal family with cat missing for 8 years

CTV 23 Jul 2024
A cat who fled her Montreal home nearly a decade ago has been reunited with her family after being found in Ottawa ... .
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Driver late for work stopped speeding on Highway 417 in Ottawa, OPP says

CTV 23 Jul 2024
A driver was late for work and is facing a minimum $2,000 fine after being stopped for speeding on Hwy. 417 in Ottawa, according to police ... .
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Could Ottawa co-host the Summer Games?

CTV 23 Jul 2024
It's been more than 14 years since Canada welcomed the world to the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver ... .
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Ottawa LCBO stores reopen following historic strike

CTV 23 Jul 2024
LCBO locations across Ontario reopened Tuesday for the first time since a historic strike by about 10,000 workers ... .

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