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Transit Comission looks into electric bus program and funding Electric bus oversite main issue at first council meeting of year Citizens express frustration over proposed Police Services Board By-law amendments. Another big failure by the Ottawa Police Services Board. NCC hits delete on Sir John A. Top doctors have different views on masking ahead of “Kraken” surge.

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Transit Comission looks into electric bus program and funding

Transit Comission looks into electric bus program and funding

The Transit Commission voted 7-1 to continue the process of purchasing the buses and send the program back to Council, where it will be part of the ongoing budgetary process.
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Electric bus oversite main issue at first council meeting of year

Electric bus oversite main issue at first council meeting of year

Amilcar called the electric bus program not only a project but a “transformation” and said that the previous Council had instructed OC Transpo to purchase new buses
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Citizens express frustration over proposed Police Services Board By-law amendments.

Citizens express frustration over proposed Police Services Board By-law amendments.

The Ottawa Police Services Board (OPSB) met Monday, January 23 for its first publicly scheduled meeting of 2023.
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Another big failure by the Ottawa Police Services Board.

Another big failure by the Ottawa Police Services Board.

The Ottawa Police Service Board is set to vote on new rules to stifle public input at Monday's meeting

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NCC hits delete on Sir John A.

NCC hits delete on Sir John A.

The unelected National Capital Commission has engaged in a process to develop a strategy to rename the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway
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Top doctors have different views on masking ahead of “Kraken” surge.

Top doctors have different views on masking ahead of “Kraken” surge.

It seems likely that the Kraken will lead to a spike in cases, but if people take precautions and are immunized, we can avoid the explosion of cases across the province

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