25 streets damaged in Ottawa tornado
Officials in the Ottawa suburb of Orleans say 20 to 25 streets sustained some type of damage when a tornado touched down yesterday.
Matthew Luloff, city councillor for the ward, says those streets sustained quite a bit of tree damage and several homes sustained damage to their roofs.
Luloff says he's relieved that no one was killed and only one man suffered minor injuries during the cleanup.
Residents were out last night with chainsaws and city crews are out today chipping up the fallen trees on roads and in city parks.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta drops by to discuss his new book: "The Enemy of the People". Should public buildings like malls be open to homeless people? A municipality-run summer camp that accepts children for 8 weeks, can only guarantee kids with disabilities for 3 weeks. Also, what time in your life were you at YOUR happiest?
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says it's a CAP not a PRICE. If your municipality had found the body of your deceased pet...would it matter how they stored the body? Also, IF you were detained by authorities (for any amount of time), you'd think you'd get basic toiletries, right?
Jim takes a stab at guessing what Christie Blatchford was saying on Round 1 during Moore in the Morning