Health authorities are investigating six cases of legionellosis in Outaouais

Health authorities are investigating six cases of legionellosis in Outaouais

Six cases of legionellosis have been discovered in western Quebec. The CISSS de l’Outaouais did not release any other details about the six cases on Friday, adding that it has not been able to identify the potential source of the pollution. “Every year, several cases of legionellosis are declared in Outaouais,” CISSS de l’Outaouais said … Read more

Gatineau long-term care worker accused of 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 by the Integrated Center for Health and Social Services of the Outaouais (CISSS). Police say investigators … Read more

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. 12-year-old Findlay Davies, who plays Julien, has been a fan of The Nutcracker for as long … Read more

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 assaulted. “She recognized the man as someone who had followed her for several months before,” police … Read more

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 their shots since the agreements began last Friday, Ottawa Public Health says. That’s about 25 percent … Read more

Police in Ottawa are looking for a suspect in a robbery at the east end

Ottawa police are asking for the public’s help in finding a woman who allegedly robbed a business in the eastern end last month. Police said the woman walked into a store on Innes Road in Blackburn Hamlet on Nov. 17 around 6 p.m. 17.40 She stole goods and waved a knife when employees confronted her, … Read more

What’s happening in Ottawa this weekend: 3-5. December

CTVNewsOttawa.ca is looking at activities and events taking place in Ottawa, Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec this weekend. OTTAWA SENATORS The Ottawa Senators host the Colorado Avalanche Saturday night at the Canadian Tire Center. Playing time is 19.00 Just a reminder, all fans aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated to participate in the … Read more

Ottawa Weather: Cool Friday ahead of a snowy weekend

It will be cold in the capital on Friday and snow is expected throughout the weekend. Environment Canada’s weather forecast says there is a 40 percent chance of showers this morning and gusts up to 40 km / h. Expect cloudy skies throughout the day and a high temperature of -7 C with a wind … Read more

Ottawa Weather: Cool Friday ahead of a snowy weekend

It will be cold in the capital on Friday and snow is expected throughout the weekend. Environment Canada’s weather forecast says there is a 40 percent chance of showers this morning and gusts up to 40 km / h. Expect cloudy skies throughout the day and a high temperature of -7 C with a wind … Read more

Help the Santa Toy Parade host Saturday in downtown Ottawa

Santa’s coming to Ottawa this weekend. A scaled-down version of the Help Santa Toy Parade will travel through Centretown and Glebe Saturday morning. “It’s a smaller parade than usual,” said Bob Rainboth of the Help Santa Toy Parade. “We have 20 sign-ups. It can also be a little faster than usual.” The Ottawa Professional Firefighters … Read more