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Youth slashed in Barrhaven not co-operating with police

A teenaged boy was cut on the face early Sunday morning in Barrhaven, but he’s refusing to tell police how the attack happened.

The boy was found on Kennacraig Private about 6 a.m., Ottawa police said. 77 more words

Local News

CHEO job cuts coming amid $6.7M budget shortfall

The axing of 40 to 50 jobs at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario will impact patient services despite assurances from hospital administrators that beds and clinics won’t be closed, says one of three union officials representing employees at the hospital. 578 more words

Ottawa

After CHEO - Coming Home

It hurts a bit. Bringing up memories of the first few days after she was diagnosed.  In wanting to talk about Type 1 diabetes and educate those people that do not understand what it is – I have to dig up how it was like the first few days in order to tell her story as truthfully as I can so others can get a sense of what living with the disease feels like.  426 more words

CHEO

CHEO job cuts to meet shrinking budget just the beginning, union leader says

Impending job losses at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario are just the beginning of hundreds and perhaps thousands of similar cuts that can be expected at Ontario’s hospitals over the next few years, says a senior union official. 484 more words

Local News

Each Story Must Have a Beginning

Its like this.  2 years and 94 days ago, just 5 minutes into the triage room at the emergency centre at North Bay Regional Health Centre… 225 more words

CHEO

She continues to laugh and spread her joy!

In Abbigail’s mind, there is always laughter to be had and smiles to be shared.

Today she beamed down the halls of the hospital, waving to the many staff she has come to know and cherish; the cafeteria cook and cashier, the pharmacy assistant, the coffee shop ladies who keep mama awake and the ultrasound techs who took care of her baby cousin. 283 more words

Abby Update

the other side of the line

It’s my morning at home.

The sunlight trickling through the curtains greets me with thunderous silence, followed by that unmistakable dull ache in my chest–my body’s cruel reminder that it’s time to feed my baby. 852 more words

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