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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.

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Opera on wheels, star-cross'd lovers and fountains of light
The Bicycle Opera Project

Sandra Abma shares her top three picks for what to see and do in and around Ottawa this weekend.

Pierre Poilievre's golf shirt a faux pas, elections watchdog rules
Pierre Poilievre

Canada's elections watchdog says a former Conservative cabinet minister broke election rules when he decided to wear a party-branded shirt to announce an expansion of child benefit payments.

Why an Ontario woman is fighting for her right to swim topless
Sherbrook Pool

The lawyer of a woman who has filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario says her client was being discriminated against when she was told that she could not swim without a top.

Here be monsters: Where to see La Machine in Ottawa next weekend
La Machine

The mythical creatures of La Machine will be exploring the streets of downtown Ottawa next weekend.

Ottawa construction company fined $275K for dumping into wetland
Blackstone community

Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited has been convicted of discharging construction sediment into a drain that flows into the Jock River in 2013 and has been fined $275,000.

Nate Thompson drawn to Sens to play for Boucher again

Nate Thompson was more than happy to give up California sunshine for Canadian winters because he believes the Ottawa Senators are ready to win.


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