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Internet Radio Station: CBC Radio One - Ottawa, Ontario - CBO

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Ottawa, Ontario

CBC/Radio-Canada. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: Canada's national public broadcaster.

News keeps you up-to-date with local, national and international news headlines.

Comprehensive and authoritative, our Business section provides everything from Canadian and International business news to tax tips to current stock quotes.

Health & Science's informative coverage includes stories in health and education, genetics and other areas of scientific and technical advancement.

Sports Sports delivers you the news you want on your favourite sports, from hockey to Formula One racing to golf.

Follow what's going on in today's arts & entertainment scene.

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Here's where you will (and won't) be able to use cannabis in Ottawa
A man smokes a joint at marijuana decriminalization demonstration

Cannabis officially becomes legal on Oct. 17, and the City of Ottawa is marking the occasion by releasing a list of places where you won't be allowed to spark up.

Naloxone increasingly ineffective against drug combos
SCOC Insite 20110511 TOPIX

Workers on the front lines of Ottawa's opioid crisis say the life-saving antidote naloxone is increasingly ineffective because drug users are showing up with lethal and often unknown combinations of dangerous narcotics in their systems.

Advance turnout reaches 56K ahead of election day
Vote 2018 public pamphlet at Shenkman Centre

The City of Ottawa's two advance voting periods drew over 56,000 voters to the polls, according to detailed numbers posted Monday.

Discovery of woman's body leaves town 'horrified'
emilie maheu crime scene cornfield alexandria homicide

The discovery of a missing Alexandria, Ont., woman's body has left the eastern Ontario town of nearly 3,000 shaken and worried, the area's mayor said.

'Unfair' to ask cost of garbage promise, Doucet says
Clive Doucet Ottawa Morning Oct. 15 2018

Ottawa mayoral candidate Clive Doucet ​says it's "unfair" to expect him to detail how he'll pay for one of his key — and potentially costliest — campaign promises.

Mosaïculture falls short of 2018 attendance goal
mosaiculture gatineau sculpture 2018 jacques-cartier park

Mosaïculture, the topiary exhibition in its second year at Gatineau's Jacques-Cartier Park, failed to meet its attendance goal of half a million visitors over three and a half months.


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