Environment Canada predicts it will be mainly cloudy with a high of 16C and a low of 12C.
The Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Nation had reached out to Justin Trudeau twice to invite him to join them on Truth and Reconciliation Day, CBC reports. Last week, Trudeau was criticized for vacationing in Tofino, contradicting his itinerary.
According to Ottawa Citizen, 2,000 revellers partied on Russell Avenue after the Panda Game leaving one car upside-down and broken glass bottles on the street. Seven people were brought to a hospital.
CTV reports that two lots of its Advil Cold & Sinus Day/Night Convenience Packs are being recalled by GlaxoSmithKline. Health Canada advises to immediately stop taking the affected medication, the lot numbers are available on a government website.
A train derailment on the Confederation Line on Sept. 19 damaged the tracks, CTV reports. The city is still looking for someone to do a third-party safety report after concerns were raised over STV Inc.’s independence. STV consulted during the line’s construction.
The CBC worked with the Toronto Star to find at least 500 Canadian residents or citizens in documents exposing their offshore bank accounts. The leak involving 11.9 million financial records emails, and shareholder registries is bigger than the Panama Papers.