The City is opening up a few more in-person services today at City Hall and Ben Franklin Place.
If you make an appointment, you can once again:
▪️Get a marriage licence
▪️Swear an oath
▪️Buy a Presto card
▪️File or read Access to Information requests
▪️Buy the Yellow Recycling bags
▪️Dogs and cats, you can be spayed and neutered once again. Owners have to stay in the car while your furballs get snipped.
▪️ And the pools have reopened. One hour shift, two metre spacing, and you'll need to reserve.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
Weather: 🌤️ Mainly sunny. High of 30°
Quote: “We went to Nortel in Ottawa, and we told the executives, ‘They’re sucking your intellectual property out” – Michel Juneau-Katsuya former head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Asia-Pacific unit who believes Chinese hackers destroyed Nortel. [Bloomberg]
⭕ There have been 2110 confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of nine since Friday, and 263 deaths in Ottawa, no new reports – a nine day streak.
⭕ Dr Vera Etches expected to order mandatory mask wearing today. The chief medical officer has the power to order it on her own authority but she has spent the weekend meeting with City officials. [CBC]
WHAT OTTAWA IS TALKING ABOUT
▪️Only seven Confederation Line trains are running for the time being
▪️Bank Street Business Improvement Association wants to make their part of Bank Street car free every Saturday
▪️Glebe Business Improvement Area stops trying to oust councillor who wanted to make their part of Bank street car free
▪️Douse your fire pits, there is a burn ban in effect
▪️Kinaxis Inc shares hit high, making it the fourth-best performing stock on the S&P/TSX Composite Index
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