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Captured the lightning over the Ottawa River from Braeside facing east towards Ottawa during the intense storm on June 13, 2024. (Ross Macdonald/CTV Viewer)
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Ottawa home prices up 0.8 per cent in May

The Ottawa Real Estate Board says home prices in the capital ticked up slightly in May, but overall sales levels were down, likely as people awaited the Bank of Canada's interest rate announcement in June.

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