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Win a Pair of tickets to the Shawville Fair!

CTV Morning Live has your chance to win a pair of tickets to the Shawville Fair on September 3 to see Aaron Goodvin AND September 4 to see James Barker Band! 

September 1st to 5th it’s the Valley’s most family friendly fair!  There’s fun for everyone Agricultural shows, midway, demolition derby, truck pull, vendors, craft displays, petting zoo AND great entertainment!

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One lucky person will take home an incredible prize package stuffed with things to do, including the opportunity to explore Ausable Chasm and a gift certificate to enjoy Livingood’s Restaurant and Brewery! 

All CTV Ottawa contestants must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of Ontario (unless otherwise noted.)

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Everyone else to blame for LRT failures, everyone involved tells inquiry

The written closing submissions in the province’s public inquiry into Stage 1 of Ottawa’s light rail transit project are a summary of the finger-pointing seen and heard during the live testimony in June and July. A common theme that emerged is that the interested parties were not at fault, but were instead the victims of the other parties involved.

Workers with Alstom and RTG watch as an LRT car moves along the Confederation Line on Oct. 27, 2021, near the spot where a train derailed on Sept. 19. (Jeremie Charron/CTV News Ottawa)

Job fairs seek hard-to-find workers

Nearly twenty companies, from banking and health care to construction and hospitality, were in attendance at the Jobs Canada Fair hosted at the Shaw Centre in downtown Ottawa on Tuesday, as hundreds of job seekers searched through the plethora of available openings.