By Giacomo Panico, CBC News Ottawa, March 23, 2017 OC Transpo riders who’ve come to enjoy a small perk at tax time are in for some disappointment. The federal Liberal government is scrapping the non-refundable public transit tax credit, first introduced by the Conservatives in 2006. The credit allowed riders to claim up to 15 […]
By CBC News Ottawa, March 23, 2017 Ottawa police are investigating a possible coyote spotted near the intersection of Carling and Fisher avenues Thursday afternoon. Police spokesman Const. Chuck Benoit said police received a call at 1:44 p.m. and that patrol officers have been sent to find the animal and force it back into the […]
By Tom Spears, Ottawa Citizen, March 23, 2017 As tiny bits of plastic build up in lakes and rivers, there’s a new suggestion that everyone has been wrong about where most of this plastic pollution comes from. The common perception is that little round “beads” of plastic from skin care products and toothpaste are to […]
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