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'Communism will win': Vandals attack site of Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Ottawa

The construction site of the Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Ottawa was vandalized over the weekend.

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China warns its travelling citizens about 'frequent violent actions' in Canada amid rising tensions

China has warned its own citizens that travelling to Canada should be done with caution, mentioning that there are “frequent violent actions” taken by law enforcement, amid rising tensions between the two countries.

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Canadian Senate on alert after madman sends 'COVID-infected letters' to staff

The Canadian Senate has been put on high alert after a letter was sent to senate offices the contents of which claimed that it was covered in coronavirus.

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Federal bureaucrats spend $6,000 in taxpayer money on bowling party

A federal government agency spent nearly $6,000 in taxpayer money on a bowling party and Valentine's Day candy.

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Canada Explained: why is Ottawa Canada’s Capital?

Well, this week, TPM's Canada Explained examined why Ottawa is Canada's capital.

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Trudeau defends decision to attend protest with thousands, breaking his own social distancing rules

"Even as we protest and demonstrate in order to create a better world. We have to get that balance right ... It was the right choice," Trudeau said.

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Ottawa restaurant fined for allowing patrons to wait on patio—days after thousands protest nearby

The Grand Pizzeria in Ottawa was fined $880 for allowing people to wait on its patio for take-out orders, just days after thousands of protestors flooded the streets.

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WATCH: Justin Trudeau kneels at protest over death of George Floyd

Trudeau was also seen clapping and nodding his head when a speaker at the event said that it was up to Canadians to be either a "racist or an anti-racist."

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Ottawa to mandate face masks on public transit

Passengers in Ottawa attempting to catch the bus or board a train after June 15th will want to bring a mask with them if they want to hitch a ride.

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Ottawa Mayor attends protests, tells Canadians to stand against racism

The Mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson took to Twitter to post his thoughts in the wake of George Floyd's murder, according to CTV News.

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WATCH: Moose cools off in Ontario man's backyard pool

An Ottawa man woke up to rather Canadian surprise on Friday morning when he came out to his backyard to find a moose cooling off in his swimming pool.

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Ex-Ontario Green Party candidate attacks white males, police, and Canada

The Green Party candidate in the 2018 provincial election in Ottawa Centre has made some eyebrow raising comments on social media.

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Ottawa bylaw officers cracking down on parks and parties

Bylaw officers in Ottawa are now able to give fines to anyone taking part in a house party or coming together in the city's parks and public spaces.

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Ottawa Public Health not consulted about ban on window visits at long-term care homes

Dr. Etches claims that no one consulted her before citizens were asked to stop visiting their loved ones outside their windows at Ottawa’s long-term care homes.

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Ottawa tells citizens to stop visiting their loved ones at long-term care home windows

The city of Ottawa has told families to no longer visit their elderly loved ones at their windows in long-term care homes in order to ensure "physical distancing."

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