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Cory Morgan: Any Good in Ottawa’s Online Harms Bill Is Overshadowed by Its ‘Hate Speech’ Provisions

The Epoch Times 27 Feb 2024
Commentary It’s been a long time in coming and now the government has finally tabled a new version of its Online Harms Act (Bill C-63) ... ....
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Washington 6, Ottawa 3

The Facts 27 Feb 2024
Ottawa210—3. Washington420—6. First Period_1, Washington, Protas 5 (McMichael, Mantha), 6.30. 2, Washington, Carlson 4 (Strome), 8.30 (pp). 3, Ottawa, Batherson 19 (Pinto, Tkachuk), 10.12. 4, Ottawa, Pinto 5 (Hamonic, Tkachuk), 12.41 ... ....
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Ottawa Rejects Taliban Request For Afghanistan's Canadian Embassy

MENA FN 27 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - Khaama Press) Ottawa has refused the Taliban's attempt to take over Afghanistan's embassy and consulates in Canada, as confirmed by a federal official cited by Canadian media on Monday ... .
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This could be the warmest February day in Ottawa history

CTV 27 Feb 2024
Environment Canada's forecast calls for a high of 16 C today, which would break the record for the warmest Feb. 27 in Ottawa history. The current record is 12.4 C, set back in 2000 ... .
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Man treated for 'multiple gunshot wounds' following shooting in Ottawa's east end

CTV 27 Feb 2024
Ottawa police and paramedics responded to a shooting in the area of Beauparc Private in Ottawa's east end around 9.30 p.m. Monday ... .
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82 per cent of Ottawa Vacant Unit Tax declarations filled out three weeks before deadline

CTV 27 Feb 2024
More than 80 per cent of Ottawa homeowners have completed the Vacant Unit Tax declaration, with the deadline to complete the form for the city of Ottawa fast approaching ... .
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Ottawa's photo radar and red light cameras issue 143 tickets to OC Transpo drivers in 2023

CTV 27 Feb 2024
New statistics, obtained by CTV News Ottawa through an Access to Information Request, shows OC Transpo drivers received 87 speeding tickets from automated speed enforcement cameras and 56 tickets through the red light camera program in 2023 ... .
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Ottawa freezes merger notification threshold, funds housing innovation projects

North Shore News 27 Feb 2024
OTTAWA — The federal government is freezing the threshold at which the Competition Bureau must be notified of a merger ... Ottawa says the amount usually increases along with gross domestic product — but ...
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Ottawa will shut down shady post-secondary institutions if provinces don't: Miller

Moosejaw Today 27 Feb 2024
OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Marc Miller says Ottawa is ready to step in and shut down shady schools that are abusing the international student program if provinces don't crack down on them.
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Bill introduced to honor Ottawa native

Lima Ohio 27 Feb 2024
Wobler, a native of Ottawa, was killed in action supporting Operation Iraqi ...
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Porter Airlines launching direct Ottawa-St. John's flights

CTV 27 Feb 2024
Porter Airlines has announced plans for direct service between Ottawa and St. John's, the first time an airline has offered direct service between the two cities in five years ... .
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Ottawa Will Shut Down Shady Post-Secondary Institutions if Provinces Don’t: Miller

The Epoch Times 27 Feb 2024
But he says if they won’t do it, Ottawa will, though there are “jurisdictional questions” around what the federal government can do.

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