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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-12 03:21:03
Breadcrumb Trail Links Ottawa Redblacks Sports Football CFL “I’m not frustrated, I would say more motivated.” Published Jul 11, 2024  •  Last updated 4 hours ago  •  5 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. Redblacks receiver Dominique Rhymes (15) makes a catch in front of Alouettes defensive back Nafees Lyon in a game at Montreal on June 20. Photo by Christinne Muschi /THE CANADIAN PRESS Article content It’s more about the wait than the height these days when it comes to Dominique Rhymes and Nick Mardner, two towering Ottawa Redblacks receivers who entered the 2024 season amid different sets of circumstances and expectations. Through four games, neither has done anything to prevent Ottawa from having the worst aerial attack in the Canadian Football League. Advertisement 2 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. THIS...
Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-11 17:51:48
Article content Ottawa firefighters managed to control an early morning fire a Merivale Avenue mall strip Thursday, preventing the blaze from spreading to neighbouring businesses. Just after 4 a.m. a passerby called 911 to report smoke coming from the roof of a commercial plaza in the 1400 block of Merivale Road, north of Baseline Road. The caller also reported that flames could be seen through the windows of a former pizza restaurant in the mall. Share this article in your social network Ottawa Citizen
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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-11 08:46:25
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario holds a zero-tolerance policy for any sexual contact between an RMT and a client — even if the client has expressed consent. Published Jul 11, 2024  •  Last updated 39 minutes ago  •  3 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. A stock image shows a massage therapist treating a client. Photo by MARCOS TOWNSEND /Postmedia Files Article content A Kemptville massage therapist has lost her right to practise after her professional college found that she engaged in sexual relationships with two clients. In a recent decision, the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario said Amanda Stark’s actions “undermined the public’s confidence in the profession.” “Engaging in concurrent professional and sexual relationship with clients was unacceptable and demonstrated a complete lack of professional judgment,” the college’s...
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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-11 01:24:52
Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports Ottawa Redblacks Football CFL “He’s progressed … liking the direction that it’s going.” Published Jul 10, 2024  •  4 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. Ottawa Redblacks quarterback Dru Brown throws against the Blue Bombers last week in Winnipeg. He had to leave the game with an injury, but was taking first-team reps at practice on Wednesday. Photo by John Woods /THE CANADIAN PRESS Article content Dru Brown took first-team reps when the Ottawa Redblacks returned to practice on Wednesday, but the first-year starting quarterback still has some hurdles to clear before he’s declared good to go for this weekend’s game in Edmonton. Brown exited Friday’s loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers with less than two minutes remaining in the first half after taking a hit to the head from linebacker Redha Kramdi....
Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-10 16:39:47
Article content The western section of the OC Transpo Confederation Line will close for almost two weeks at the end of the month for about two weeks for “normal maintenance.” OC Transpo says the line will be out between Tunney’s Pasture and Rideau stations Monday, July 15 until Sunday, July 28. The line will offer normal operations between Blair and uOttawa stations. “For the upcoming summer track and maintenance work, the primary reason for this work is to advance corrective measures as well as address deficiencies that have been identified,” Troy Charter, director of transit service delivery and rail operations, told the city’s transit commission in June. Article content In addition to regular planned maintenance, staff say the operation will also include continuation of work addressing water infiltration in the downtown tunnel and station leaks and drainage repairs and sump pump installation at Lyon and Parliament stations. OC Transpo will...
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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-10 05:42:46
Breadcrumb Trail Links Travel Ottawa News Music Local Reviews Local News Local Arts Entertainment Published Jul 10, 2024  •  3 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. OTTAWA. JULY 9, 2024 #140421 Jelly Roll headlined Bluesfest Tuesday night and seemed genuinely overwhelmed by the warm reception from the large crowd (shown behind him) who chanted “Jelly, Jelly, Jelly.” Photo by JULIE OLIVER/Postmedia Photo by JULIE OLIVER /Postmedia Article content The last-minute booking that brought Jelly Roll to Bluesfest on Tuesday was not only a landmark concert for the Nashville star, but also a collective mood lifter for an estimated 25,000 fans packed on the front plaza of the Canadian War Museum. The crowds at Bluesfest Tuesday night were in a country mood, pouring into the grounds at Lebreton Flats decked out in boots and cowboy hats. Photo by...
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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-09 19:04:28
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News An emergency preparedness team runs emergency exercises throughout the year and Bluesfest employs its own meteorologist. Published Jul 09, 2024  •  2 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. OTTAWA — Dark clouds and bursts of rain moved along the Ottawa River, and passed over Ottawa Bluesfest Saturday, July 6, 2024. Ashley Fraser/Postmedia Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia Article content The unpredictability of summer weather is a never-ending concern for Bluesfest executive director Mark Monahan. “It’s probably the most stressful part of running the festival,” Monahan said in a telephone interview Tuesday. “Every year, there are several days when there’s the potential for adverse weather.” The opening four days of this year’s musical smorgasbord have been marked by off-and-on rain, but a bigger threat is on the horizon. Advertisement 2 This advertisement has...
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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-09 08:27:51
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News The order was made after a complaint alleged that a resident was forced to pay for care services that were not provided by Alavida Lifestyles Get the latest from Elizabeth Payne straight to your inbox Sign Up Published Jul 09, 2024  •  Last updated 18 minutes ago  •  3 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. Les Promenades retirement residence in Orléans. Photo by Jean Levac /POSTMEDIA Article content Ottawa retirement home operator Alavida Lifestyles has been issued a compliance order by the regulatory body that oversees retirement homes in Ontario. The order was made July 3 after a complaint that a resident of its Les Promenades retirement home in Orléans was forced to pay for care services that were not provided by the home, according to the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority. Advertisement 2...
Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-08 21:57:22
Article content With the Israel-Hamas War now into its 10th month, the Ottawa Police Service reported Monday that it had seen a more than 100 per cent increase in hate-motivated incidents against both the Jewish and Muslim communities so far in 2024. A total of 74 incidents had been reported against the Jewish, compared to 36 at this time in 2023, while there had been 15 incidents reported against Muslims, up from seven at this point last year. Article content Despite those significant increases, police reported in a news release that there had been a slight decline of about two per cent in overall hate- and bias-motivated incidents so far in 2024. The 225 reported hate-motivated incidents to date in 2024 included 174 deemed criminal and 51 determined to be hate-motivated but non-criminal, with 26 people charged with 65 counts of hate-motivated offences and four formal Youth Criminal Justice Act...
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Canadá, Ottawa Citizen, Inglês
2024-07-08 11:37:47
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News The Carp Agricultural Society, which rented the venue, said it was ‘not aware of the group identity nor the intent of the rental.’ Published Jul 07, 2024  •  Last updated 16 hours ago  •  2 minute read You can save this article by registering for free here. Or sign-in if you have an account. On July 6, 2024, a far-right gathering was held in the Carp Agricultural Hall building, shown in this 2012 file photo. The Carp Agricultural Society, which also runs the annual Carp Fair, said in a statement on Saturday night that it was unaware of the group that rented the building or its intent. Photo by Mike Carroccetto /Postmedia Article content Many Carp residents were aghast that the Carp Agricultural Hall was rented out Saturday night for a gathering connected to the far-right group Diagolon. Soon after word of the gathering spread,...
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