After Elyse Banham received a letter from a member of the public suggesting she shouldn't sit on Ottawa's public health board, she felt compelled to speak out. What did the letter writer cite as the reason Banham was allegedly unfit to be on the board?
A medical condition prevented her from being vaccinated.
She was HIV positive.
Pembroke, Ont., homeowner Arianna Nolet recently told CBC about a "threatening" letter she received from the law firm where both the mayor and city solicitor work — a situation she believes is a conflict of interest. What had Nolet complained about prior to receiving the letter?
The amount of snow city plows were dumping on her property.
Verbal abuse her son was experiencing at junior hockey games.
Noise levels from construction on a new long-term care home.
A city councillor's dog repeatedly urinating on her flower garden.
Via Rail said this week it was apologizing "unreservedly" after video circulated of a security guard telling someone to leave the Ottawa train station, saying their behaviour was bothering customers. What were they doing?
A new report from Health Canada shows that illicit use of the drug xylazine has rapidly spread across Canada over the past few years, particularly on the streets of communities in Ontario. What is xylazine's intended use?
It's used to manage hallucinations and other psychiatric symptoms.
Lynn Kennedy, the owner of an eastern Ontario farm sanctuary called Contented Clucks, launched a fundraiser for Roy, a young male Faverolle chicken that came into her care last winter. What was the fundraiser for?