Ryan Littler lost his Constance Bay home after last year’s spring flooding, but he’s slowly getting it back thanks to some helping hands. Meantime, the snow is coming! David Phillips of Environment Canada breaks it gently at 5:35. We also play the Thousand Dollar Minute.
After the Top 4 at 4, the City Road Manager explains how city workers are preparing for the pending snowstorm. If you don’t have to be anywhere tonight, it’s probably best to stay home.
As ETFO teachers picketed province-wide today, almost one million students in Ontario stayed home. In local Business news, Ottawa has performed well in the latest provincial job numbers. The rest of Ontario is a different story. Wuhan evacuees know that they are not out of the woods yet, as they hop on a plane for Canada. Plus, Capital Ward councillor Shawn Menard clarifies his tweets from earlier this week.
In an effort to stop unauthorized parties, Air BnB is banning local guests under the age of 25 from booking entire homes. Jeff Boyd is an Ottawa rentor and he supports these changes. However, the Vice-President of the Centretown Community Association says these measures do not prevent acts of violence, such as the fatal shooting on Gilmour Street.