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It took months to evict the tenants of a crack house. 18, before the Landlord and Tenant Board, Ottawa public housing agreed to let tenants of a crack house stay in the home for two more months so long as they didn't threaten the neighbours, wreck the place more than they already had, stop leaving needles strewn in the common grounds and clean up dog feces inside and outside of 440 New St. Patrick St. in Lower Town. Someone in the home had cut her down from the rope, then called 911 at 6:23 p.m. Inside the public-housing unit, it’s even less welcoming, according to a government official, with dog feces smeared on the floors, holes in the walls and garbage strewn upstairs and down. The application to evict the tenants of the crack house came after neighbours complained about threats. Ottawa Community Housing CEO Jo-Anne Poirier said in an interview that the publicly funded corporation acted as quickly as possible to evict the tenants within the legal process. Police keep public-housing projects on their radar and have enlisted community liaisons to keep the streets a little safer. Still, the tenants were allowed to legally stay in the crack house until Monday, and long after the July drug raid. Layton last spoke to Melissa a week before she was found hanging. I find it difficult to believe she killed herself,” Layton said. The neighbours in the public-housing project thought the tenants of the drug house would have been gone after the summer’s police raid. In that time — three months — one neighbour was threatened by the tenants. The unusual conditions that allowed the tenants of the crack house to stay in the public-housing unit included a condition that they pay Ottawa housing $745 — more than half of which was for damages to the publicly-owned home. They had seen ambulances at the crack house every other weekend for two years, and so on Oct.

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Seven Ottawa residents charged with cocaine trafficking

Seven people will appear in court on Friday after being charged with cocaine trafficking on Thursday, Ottawa police said in a release. The charges were laid after two search warrants were conducted i


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