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Two dead, police investigating after Orleans shooting

Two men are dead after a shooting in Orleans Wednesday night. Police are investigating and ask anyone with information to call the Ottawa Police Service at 613-236-1222, ext. 5493. The Ottawa Citizen has more.

City council votes to amend code of conduct

CTV News reports that a vote passed Wednesday means Ottawa city councillors may soon need to disclose relationships with staff members. The city’s integrity commissioner will review proposed changes.

Hockey Canada funding cut following sexual assault allegations

Quebec and Ontario hockey associations have pulled funding for Hockey Canada in response to the organization’s handling of sexual assault allegations. Tim Hortons and Telus have also revoked its sponsorship of men’s hockey programming, according to the Globe and Mail.

Putin officially annexes four Ukrainian territories

The CBC reports Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially signed annexation laws claiming the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions as Russian territory.

United Conservative Party to appoint new leader

Alberta’s United Conservative Party leader, Jason Kenney, will be replaced this evening in an election following his resignation announcement in May, Global News reports.