Ottawa Now with Kristy Cameron

Kristy Cameron

Ottawa Now with Kristy Cameron goes beyond the headlines to bring you in-depth coverage of the top stories – plus all your breaking news, weather & traffic. Never miss a beat with this fast-paced driven show. Get informed with the hottest growing talk-show.

  • Hour 4 of Ottawa Now for Tues. May 24th, 2022

    The Manotick Microgrid House has become a source of safety and comfort for local residents following Saturday’s storm. Retired government scientist Art Hunter is offering electricity to help power fridges, freezers, cellphones, electric kettles, and more. It’s a mission that is made possible by his genius home design. He explains this jaw-dropping process in Hour 4. Plus, the City of Ottawa plans to carry out a green bin blitz over the next few days in the neighbourhoods most affected by the storm. This is being done to ensure all forms of organic waste are collected as soon as possible.
  • Hour 3 of Ottawa Now for Tues. May 24th, 2022

    The lengthy power outage caused by a weekend storm is creating issues for people who rely on Insulin to live their daily lives. Alta Vista resident Joe Garnier is one of them. He joins Kristy Cameron in Hour 3. Plus, it’s time to take a look at the latest pandemic stats. Canada’s Capital has added 172 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 since last Friday. This batch of data includes no new deaths and 2 new outbreaks. We currently sit at 549 active cases, zero ICU patients, 11 hospitalizations, and 26 ongoing outbreaks in institutional settings.
  • Hour 2 of Ottawa Now for Tues. May 24th, 2022

    Ryan Burns, the Operations Manager at Wright Tree Service, says the landscape of Canada’s Capital is going to be changed forever, adding that it will take at least 30 years to get it all back. He says the tree removal service has received between 300 and 400 requests since Saturday’s storm struck the city, a glaring difference from the 30 to 50 requests they are used to seeing. He explains further in Hour 2. Meantime, the lifeline for many less-fortunate residents is running on a generator. How much time does the Ottawa Mission have before it runs out? We have more on how you can help.
  • Hour 1 of Ottawa Now for Tues. May 24th, 2022

    As Liberal leader Steven Del Duca entered the storm-ravaged town of Clarence-Rockland, he called out Doug Ford and the PC’s for not being there when it mattered most. He joins the show in Hour 1. Later in the program, we get the latest information on recovery efforts around the city, as more residents pick up the pieces and wait for power to be restored.
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