Good morning Ottawa. You might need an umbrella on a cloudy day like today, with a 40 per cent chance of showers this afternoon. Temperatures could reach a high of 19C with a low of 7C tonight.
After many alleged sexual assault scandals within the organization, Hockey Canada’s CEO Scott Smith resigns as well as the rest of the board of directors. CBC has more.
In response to continuing coyote concerns, the City of Ottawa is advising people living in the Riverside Park area that “coyote management operations” will start this week. City News has more.
The ongoing inquiry into the federal government’s use of the Emergency Act to quell the convoy occupation of downtown Ottawa is set to hear from 65 witnesses. CBC has more.
A Canadian tech company cloned the ArriveCan app in less than two days, demonstrating the government overspent, The Globe and Mail reports
After a 2020 no-knock warrant resulted in the death of 23 year old Anthony Aust, his family is suing the Ottawa Police Services Board. The family’s statement of claim states that police violated Aust’s Charter right to life and to be secure against unreasonable search and seizure. The Ottawa Citizen has more.