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Rideau Canal Skateway to temporarily close again
Ottawa's Rideau Canal Skateway is set to temporarily close again Wednesday night.
Cameron Ortis, former RCMP official convicted of leaking secrets, seeks acquittal
In a first-of-its-kind appeal, Cameron Ortis — the former RCMP intelligence official sentenced to 14 years for leaking secret information to police targets — is seeking acquittal, arguing that he didn't get a fair trial.
Ontario needs a law to punish councillors for violence and harassment, advocates say
Advocates and opposition parties are calling on the Ontario government to pass legislation that would hold municipal councillors accountable for violence and harassment.
No more lease transfers? Quebec has passed a new housing law. Here's what's in it
Quebec's housing minister pitched the new law as a way to “re-establish balance between renters and landlords and increase housing supply.” Advocates worry it will make things worse for tenants by making it easier for landlords to refuse lease transfers.
Aerin Frankel, Susanna Tapani lead PWHL Boston past Ottawa
Aerin Frankel shut out Ottawa over the final two periods as Boston earned a 3-1 win at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Wednesday night — its first home-ice victory in five games.
Ottawa Black Bears to join National Lacrosse League next season
Quebec to challenge Court of Appeal ruling granting asylum seekers access to daycare
Ontario documents show patient complaints over cataract billings
Doug Ford government introduces Get It Done Act. Here's what's in it
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Unhappy with province, Belleville looks to fund health hub on its own amid drug crisis
Quebec asks Ottawa for $1B to cover rising costs of asylum seekers
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