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Two men charged after Oct. 6 gunpoint robbery in south Ottawa

Aws Abbas Hameed Hameed and Hussein Alfarra, both in their 20s and from Gatineau, Que., were each charged with robbery using a firearm, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, careless use/handling/storage of a firearm, possession of a weapon for committing an offence, and pointing a firearm. CityNews has more.

Family sues Ottawa Police Services Board after 2020 raid left man dead

Anthony Aust’s family said Wednesday that they will sue the Ottawa Police Services Board, alleging that a “no-knock” raid in 2020 that left Aust dead violated his Charter rights. For more, see the Ottawa Citizen.

Officers and suspect identified after deaths in Innisfil shooting

Const. Devon Northrup and Const. Morgan Russell were killed in a shooting in Innisfil, Ont. Tuesday night. Suspect Christopher Joseph Doncaster was also shot and killed. The Simcoe Police Service released the officers’ and suspect’s names Wednesday, according to The Toronto Star.

Canada announces more military aid to Ukraine

Canada has announced it will provide $47 million in military aid to Ukraine after recent Russian attacks in the region. The aid will include weapons, communication tools and winter coats. See Reuters for details.

Emergencies Act inquiry begins

A public inquiry into the federal government’s use of the Emergencies Act during the February “Freedom Convoy” begins today. CP24 has more.