An Open Fire Ban is now in effect for the entire city of Ottawa. Campfires, brush piles, and wood burning outdoor fireplaces are not permitted during a ban. The current hot dry conditions lead to increased risk of fire spread and pose an additional danger to Firefighters.
COVID-19 Ottawa: There are just 18 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ottawa Tuesday. The Capital has now reached 8,819 confirmed cases in total, with 8,057 resolved, and 381 active. 381 people in the city have died after contracting the Novel Coronavirus. COVID-19 Ontario: Across Ontario, 1,676 new cases, and ten new deaths from the virus are […]
COVID-19 Ottawa: Ottawa Public Health is reporting 29 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases, and another death from the virus Monday. 8,487 total cases have been confirmed in the Capital, with 7,768 resolved, and 344 active. 375 people in the city have now died after contracting the Novel Coronavirus. COVID-19 Ontario: Across Ontario, 1,746 new cases, and seven […]
Election Hangs in the Balance: The fate of the United States presidency hangs in the balance as Democrat Joe Biden picks up a big win in Wisconsin while fighting President Donald Trump in other battleground states. Neither candidate has cleared the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House, and the margins are […]
COVID-19 Ottawa: Ottawa Public Health is reporting 65 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases Monday. 7197 cases have been confirmed in the Capital throughout the pandemic, with 750 active, and 6119 resolved. 328 people in the city have died from COVID-19, though no new deaths were reported Monday. Meanwhile, Ottawa Public Health is urging all of us […]
COVID-19 Ottawa: Ottawa Public Health is reporting 70 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases, and another death related to the virus Thursday. The number of active cases has dropped once again. It’s down to 675. 6, 296 cases have been recorded throughout the pandemic, with 5201 resolved, and 309 deaths related to the virus. Meanwhile, Public Health is […]
Freeland Sworn In As Finance Minister, Parliament Prorogued: Chrystia Freeland was sworn in Tuesday afternoon as Canada’s new finance minister, the first woman to hold the post. Freeland is also keeping her role as Deputy Prime Minister. New Brunswick M-P Dominic LeBlanc is taking over her job handling the Intergovernmental Affairs portfolio. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau […]