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Ottawa man to appear in court Wednesday on child porn charges|
Marc Chubb, 46, of Ottawa was to appear in court Wednesday on several charges involving child pornography."Today, a search warrant was executed where images of child sexual abuse were located on digital devices," Ottawa police said in a written statement Tuesday. Police obtained a production order that led them to an IP address in the Vanier-Overbrook
Joshua Wales-Saunders, 28, wanted by police on outstanding warrants|
Ottawa police are seeking the public's help in locating 28-year-old Joshua Wales-Saunders, who is wanted on several outstanding warrants.Wales-Saunders is wanted on an outstanding bench warrant and three outstanding arrest warrants, the police's robbery and break and enter unit said in a statement Tuesday.
Most of the assisted deaths in Ottawa so far have taken place in hospitals|
Eighteen people have had medically assisted deaths in Ottawa since it became legal in Canada last year -- and the vast majority of those deaths were in a hospital.The percentage of assisted deaths in hospitals in Ottawa is higher than the provincial percentage but reflects a national trend that is surprising some people.
Science of winter: You can't beet sugary brown goo for snowy roads
This winter, the Citizen's Tom Spears looks at what makes our coldest season tick. It's a series we call The Science of Winter, and today we hear from an expert what to do with a truckload of waste beet juice on a snowy day, in case you have one and were wondering.Each year, the salt trucks in the Niagara Region are sprinkling sticky brown salt
Forecast: 10-15cm of snow, high winds and freezing rain|
Environment Canada has issued a winter travel advisory, warning that increasing winds of up to 70 km/h may blow the snow around and the snow will turn to rain overnight as temperatures rise to 2C by morning. Freezing rain may fall in late evening towards midnight.
Hoskins supports Ottawa injection site, says provincial funding available|
Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins supports the Sandy Hill Community Health Centre's request for a supervised injection site and says there will be provincial money available to help set it up. Hoskins sent a letter Monday to federal Health Minister Jane Philpott, saying the Sandy Hill health centre's proposal "appears logical and supported by evidence."
Five vehicles, three pedestrians in chain-reaction crash|
Charges are pending in a bumper car-style crash sparked by a Saab making a U-turn on Highway 34 south of Vankleek Hill early Friday evening.The crash involved five vehicles and three pedestrians, and shut down the highway for hours, leaving one person in hospital.
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White policeman suspended but not fired after video incident|
A white Texas policeman was suspended without pay for 10 days, but will not be fired, after an incident in which he was caught on video wrestling a black woman and her daughter to the ground, Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald announced Monday.