Good morning Ottawa! Environment Canada reports that it will be sunny today, though it may get a bit chilly, with a high of 15°C in the afternoon and 6°C overnight.

Panda game gets rowdy — again

CBC Ottawa reports that dozens of revelers were ticketed and seven arrested. The police called the post-game partying “unnecessary and unacceptable.”

Thousands across Canada demonstrate in solidarity with Iranian protestors

Demonstrators took to the streets in Canadian cities on Saturday in solidarity with people in Iran protesting the repression of women’s rights following the death of a 22-year old woman Mahsa Amini after she was held and beaten by the country’s morality police. More than 1,000 people marched in Ottawa. CBC News has more.

Ontario raises minimum wage

Ontario’s minimum wage has increased 50 cents an hour to $15.50. Some, however, are skeptical if this increase will help much with the cost of living. CTV Ottawa has more.

Ottawa Redblacks fire head coach

After three losses in a row, the Ottawa Redblacks kissed head coach Paul LaPolice goodbye. Special-teams co-ordinator Bob Dyce takes over helm on an interim basis, according to The Canadian Press.

Former senator Don Meredith charged with sexual assault

The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) Sexual Assault and Child Abuse (SACA) Section has charged Meredith, 58, with three counts of sexual assault and one count of criminal harassment. Police say there may be more alleged victims. CityNews Ottawa has more.