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Ottawa beacon, pipe bands, town criers to mark Queen's Platinum Jubilee

North Shore News 23 Jan 2022
OTTAWA — The Queen has made no secret of her affection for Canada, which she has visited 22 times during almost seven decades on the throne ... Just before Ottawa’s beacon is lit, buglers will play a bugle call written for the jubilee named "Majesty." ... But COVID-19 is likely to put a damper on plans for street parties.
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Ottawa beacon, pipe bands, town criers to mark Queen's Plantinum Jubilee

Moosejaw Today 22 Jan 2022
OTTAWA — The Queen has made no secret of her affection for Canada, which she has visited 22 times during almost seven decades on the throne ... Just before Ottawa’s beacon is lit, buglers will play a bugle call written for the jubilee named "Majesty." ... But COVID-19 is likely to put a damper on plans for street parties.
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Tecumseh City Council sends ordinance for temporary signs back to planning commission

The Daily Telegram 22 Jan 2022
TECUMSEH — A proposed ordinance to regulate temporary signs in Tecumseh is under further review ... “Any sign would be covered under that ... “We did hear input ... 1 ... 3 ... • Agreed to close the northeast parking lot and North Ottawa Street from East Chicago Boulevard to the first residential driveway on the street for the summertime Classic Car & Bike shows ... 15 ... .
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Homicide victim’s remains found in 1994 identified by DNA

Michigan Live 20 Jan 2022
OTTAWA COUNTY, MI – Investigators identified skeletal remains found in 1994 near Coopersville as those of a missing Minneapolis woman ... 6, 1994, by hunters at the dead end of 32nd Avenue, south of Arthur Street, in Ottawa County’s Wright Township ... (Photo provided by Ottawa County Sheriff's Department).
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Two men arrested for murder of Hells Angels member found dead at legal marijuana grow-op

Canoe 20 Jan 2022
Michael Clairoux, pictured leaving the Elgin Street courthouse in Ottawa in 2013, has been charged with first-degree murder for Gregory Slewidge’s death in September 2020. Mike Carroccetto/Postmedia Photo by Mike Carroccetto /The Ottawa Citizen ... a small town just north of Ottawa.
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Bylaw officers bury Ottawa motorists with tickets during 24-hour winter parking ban

CTV 20 Jan 2022
The city of Ottawa issued a 24-hour on-street parking ban between 7 p.m. Monday and 7 p.m. Tuesday to allow crews to clear roads after 48 cm of snow fell ... .
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Bird e-scooters take flight, successful season for Canada-owned company as Ottawa usage soars

Ottawa Business Journal 19 Jan 2022
Ottawa residents were clearly revved up about electric scooters last year, with new statistics showing their usage soared as the vehicles expanded their area of operation ... A total of 1,200 scooters were rolled out on Ottawa streets in 2021 from three providers – Bird Canada, Lime and Neuron ... ....
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Snowmobile Races Through Snowbound Ottawa Neighborhood

The Daily Telegraph Australia 18 Jan 2022
This footage, filmed by @CourtneyLorra14, shows the snowmobile driving on the street.
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Homeless shelters face added strain amid Omicron, high rates of people on streets

North Shore News 18 Jan 2022
OTTAWA — People working to help the homeless are struggling to support those living on the streets as the highly transmissible Omicron COVID-19 variant sweeps through communities. Deirdre Freiheit, president and CEO of Shepherds of Good Hope in Ottawa, says her organization is ...
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Police release suspect details in Elgin Street bakery robberies

CTV 18 Jan 2022
Ottawa police have released a suspect description after a beloved Elgin Street bakery was robbed twice last week ... .
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Parking ban in effect as Ottawa digs out after blizzard

CTV 18 Jan 2022
A 24-hour winter parking ban is now in effect in Ottawa as snow removal crews begin the process of digging residential streets out from under a record amount of snow ... .
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Steve VanderVeen: Holland's first mayor excelled at management

The Holland Sentinel 16 Jan 2022
Isaac Cappon was born in 1830 in The Netherlands. In 1847, he paid for his passage to America as a cook’s helper ... In 1849, Cappon purchased land from the Odawa (Ottawa) at the foot of Washington Avenue and Eighth Street, now a vacant lot owned by the city of Holland — formerly home to Western Michigan Tool Works ... Together, they had 11 children ... .
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