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An Ottawa Cat Killer May Be On The Loose & $5K Is Being Offered To Anyone With Info

Four cats have been found dead this month.

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Ottawa police report that they are investigating the deaths of four cats in the city's west end.

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Ontario’s Interprovincial Border Restrictions Are Over & Here’s What That Means

You can drive in and out of Quebec and Manitoba to your heart's content.

At 12:01 a.m. on June 16, Ontario's border restrictions between Manitoba and Quebec were officially lifted.

This means that anyone driving in and out of Ontario will no longer have to go through checkpoints at the border that were monitored by local enforcement.

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The Missing Ottawa Baby Has Been Found & One Person Is In Custody

The 11-month-old baby is now receiving medical attention.

Just before 9:30 a.m., police announced that the Ottawa baby who went missing on Friday, June 4, has been found "safe and sound."

There is one person currently in custody in connection with the abduction of 11-month-old Abby Mathewsie, who is now receiving medical attention, according to police.

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An Amber Alert Has Been Issued For A Missing Baby In Ottawa

She has been missing since 1:55 a.m. this morning.

Officials issued an Amber Alert for an 11-month-old baby named Abby Mathewsie, who Ottawa Police say was last seen with her mother on June 3.

UPDATE: Police announced at just before 9:30 a.m. on Friday that the missing baby has been found safe and is now receiving medical attention. One person is now in custody.

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A Popular Ottawa Ice Cream Shop Is Taking A Canada Day 'Pause' For Reconciliation

They say Canada Day is different this year and "for many, it's been different for a long time."

An Ottawa-based ice cream shop will be closing its doors this Canada Day as an expression of reconciliation following the recent discovery of 215 childrens' remains at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C.

The Merry Dairy says that while July 1 is an opportunity for Canadians to celebrate what they love most about their country, the shop will be using the holiday to pause and "reflect on what we are celebrating," owner Marlene Haley told CBC.

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Another Heatwave Is Rolling Through Ontario With Almost 40 C Humidity Next Week

Ontarians won't get any relief from the heat for almost a week.

Ontario's stay-at-home order may be officially over, but it seems that Mother Nature has her own plans to keep us indoors. A heatwave is moving through the province in the coming days and it'll feel like nearly 40 degrees in Ottawa, Toronto, Sudbury, Windsor, and everywhere in between.

The Weather Network's forecast predicts that temperatures will climb to 30 by this weekend and into next week, with humidity levels in the upper 30s.

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