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Pedestrian killed on Highway 417

Ontario Provincial Police say a 45-year-old man died after being hit by a vehicle on Highway 417 overnight. OPP was called to the westbound lanes on the highway between Metcalfe and Bronson around 11pm on Friday. A pedestrian

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Ottawa leads Ontario in vaccinating children ages 5-11

A quarter of Ottawa children between the ages of five and 11 have received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, the highest rate of any public health unit in Ontario. More than 19,000 newly eligible children have received

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Ottawa police are investigating sexual assault in Confederation Park this fall

Ottawa police are looking for a suspect in a daytime sexual assault at Confederation Park this fall. Police say around 1.50pm on September 27 that a woman was walking in the park in the center when she was sexually

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The nutcracker returns to the NAC

After nearly two years, the National Arts Center welcomes audiences back to the timeless story of the Nutcracker. And artists could not be more excited to be back on stage, where all five shows this weekend are sold out.

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Gatineau long-term care worker charged with sexual assault

A 61-year-old employee at a long-term care home in Gatineau has been charged with sexually assaulting a resident of the facility. Gatineau police launched an investigation in mid-November following a complaint of sexual assault on CHSLD Lionel Emond, run

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Toronto reports first confirmed case of Omicron COVID-19 variant

Toronto on Friday reported its first three cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant, bringing the total number of known cases in Ontario to 11. In a press release, Toronto Public Health (TPH) said that two of the three residents

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Quebec seeks Ottawa to better combat scourge sexual exploitation of minors, increase penalties for pimps

MONTREAL - Quebec is seeking Ottawa to better combat the plague of sexual exploitation of minors and to increase penalties for pimps. The strengthening of repression against clients and pimps is part of the action plan against the sexual

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Hit-and-run in Etobicoke leaves pedestrians with serious injuries: paramedics

Toronto police are responding to a hit-and-run in northern Etobicoke on Friday night that left a pedestrian with serious injuries. It happened at the intersection of Rexdale Boulevard and Queen's Plate Drive, police said in a tweet posted just

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