King’s original ‘I Have a Dream’ speech on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture | Art and Entertainment

King’s original ‘I Have a Dream’ speech on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture |  Art and Entertainment

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Toronto students to start distance learning on Monday as schools close due to snow storm

Toronto students to start distance learning on Monday as schools close due to snow storm

TORONTO — Students in Toronto may have to wait another day before returning to their classrooms. The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) and the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) confirmed on Sunday evening that students will learn distance learning Monday if inclement weather forces the closure of schools and the cancellation of school buses. … Read more

No snow day! Public Catholic school boards in Ottawa to switch to distance learning on Monday

No snow day! Public Catholic school boards in Ottawa to switch to distance learning on Monday

Students in Ottawa’s public and Catholic school boards will learn online Monday, instead of enjoying a snowy day as a major storm hits the capital. Both the Ottawa Carleton District School Board and the Ottawa Catholic School Board have announced that schools will be closed on Mondays, shifting classes for one day to distance learning. … Read more

Neighbors use kayaks to rescue driver after car crashes through ice in Manotick, Ont.

Neighbors use kayaks to rescue driver after car crashes through ice in Manotick, Ont.

Residents came to the rescue of the driver of a vehicle that had crashed into ice on the Rideau River in southern Ottawa, using kayaks to rescue her from the sinking vehicle. Emergency services responded to the incident on the Rideau River in the Old Mill Way area, near White Horse Park, in Manotick at … Read more

Ottawa public school board closes schools on Monday, shifts to distance learning

Ottawa public school board closes schools on Monday, shifts to distance learning

Students on Ottawa’s public school board will learn online Monday instead of enjoying a snowy day when a major storm hits the capital. The Ottawa Carleton District School Board announced it will switch to distance learning on Monday, instead of hosting students for the first day of face-to-face learning after the Christmas break. “With a … Read more

Ottawa expects two days to clear roads during ‘once in 10 years’ snowstorm

Ottawa expects two days to clear roads during ‘once in 10 years’ snowstorm

The city of Ottawa is urging residents to stay off the roads and sidewalks Monday as a “once in 10 years” snowstorm hits the capital. With 10 to 40 inches of snow expected in Ottawa, city officials warn it will be Monday evening or Tuesday morning before seeing snow plows on some residential streets. “This … Read more

Ottawa’s COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinics Will Be Closed Monday Due to Snow

Ottawa’s COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinics Will Be Closed Monday Due to Snow

All Ottawa Public Health COVID-19 community vaccination clinics will be closed Monday due to the snow. Ottawa has a winter storm warning, with 25 to 40 cm of snow expected. In a statement, Ottawa Public Health said that due to the expected “significant snowfall” and to ensure the safety of residents, all COVID-19 vaccination clinics … Read more

Neighbors use kayaks to rescue driver after car crashes into Manotick. crashes

Neighbors use kayaks to rescue driver after car crashes through ice in Manotick, Ont.

Neighbors using kayaks came to the rescue of the driver of a vehicle that had crashed into the ice of the Rideau River in Manotick. Emergency services responded to the incident on the Rideau River early Sunday night. Witnesses tell CTV News Ottawa that a car driving on the ice went through the ice and … Read more

Program focuses on the mental health of agents | News

Program focuses on the mental health of agents |  News

When a lone gunman shot and killed 10 young girls at an Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County on October 2, 2006, before committing suicide, a group of trained police colleagues stood by to help their colleagues who responded to the traumatic scene. “Every trooper who responded to that scene was contacted, and we’ve reached out … Read more

Olympics face new row over trans athletes as ‘guidelines undermine sport’s integrity’

Olympics face new row over trans athletes as ‘guidelines undermine sport’s integrity’

A group of 38 medical experts and leading sports health professionals have signed a statement saying that the IOC framework for transgender participation threatens to undermine the integrity of sport. The position paper of individuals affiliated with the International Federation of Sports Medicine and European Federation of Sports Medicine Associations warns that the new guidelines … Read more