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In the ever-evolving landscape of dating trends, Generation Z's romantic habits have taken an unexpected twist. While there's no one-size-fits-all guide to dating, understanding the current dating landscape can offer valuable insights. Fruitz partnered with Léger to provide you with a deeper understanding of the modern dating world, empowering you with greater confidence and preparedness for your romantic journey.

A Quest for Meaningful Connections: With a resounding 76%, Generation Z actively seeks meaningful, long-term relationships. Over 50% aspire to start families, and nearly half believe in soulmates, reflecting their strong commitment to romance and a bright future for love.

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Calling all shoppers! UNIQLO is officially opening its first location in Ottawa and you'll be able to visit so soon.

The global Japanese retailer is slated to open at the CF Rideau Centre in June 2023. This is the brand's first new store opening in Canada this year and the very first location to open in Ottawa.

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Your dreams of skating down the Rideau Canal will have to wait until next winter. The iconic Ottawa Skateway just announced that it will not open this season for the first time in history.

The National Capital Commission announced today in a press release that "despite all the efforts by [their] teams and even with the colder temperatures of the last 24 hours, the latest ice tests show that the Rideau Canal Skateway remains unsafe for skating."

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The City of Ottawa is set to install several new speed cameras in 2023 and has decided to give drivers the heads up on where they will be.

In all, 18 new photo radar camera locations have been announced as part of the city's Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) system, more than doubling the total number of cameras across Ottawa to 40 by the end of the year.

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Straight up, whoever runs Ottawa Public Health's Twitter deserves a raise.

The department commemorated Valentine's Day this year by tweeting out a safe sex advisory, which read more like a roast than advice from a health official.

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