Sex assault trial to begin for former Alpine Canada ski coach Bertrand...
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Column: Leicester's fall doesn't tarnish an improbable title
Canada flags will soon begin flying over Riverside South lawns as the local...
A 59-year-old man has been charged with child pornography offences after police raided his...
From left, Ryan and Norah Knuth, Barrhaven Coun. Jan Harder, trustee Donna Blackburn, director of education for the board, Jennifer Adams and Ministry of Education spokesperson Glenda Stevenson
Norah Knuth, a pint-sized future pupil, will get to start junior kindergarten thanks to a new elementary school in the Barrhaven suburb of...
The city’s transit commission directed OC Transpo staff to have another look at a plan to cut first and last trips of under-used bus routes as part of the 2016 budget process on Nov. 12.
Facing an $11-million deficit, OC Transpo administration proposed cutting the first and last trips to dozens of under-used bus...
Pending the approval of its budget, the Ottawa Police Service is looking to hire 25 new officers next year - over and above the hiring of new members to replace retiring officers.
With no growth in members for the last three years, Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau said the pressure is mounting.
The city is looking for feedback on two design concepts for the Andrew Haydon Park's play structure renewal. Comments are due by March 13.
It’s time for the nautical play structure in Andrew Haydon Park to be renewed.
All Saints High School hosted a memorial for student Chloe Kotval, 14, who died on Valentine's Day after taking a drug of unknown origin.
A memorial hosted for Chloe Kotval drew a number of schoolmates who were seeking closure following her death from an apparent drug overdose.
A public meeting to discuss the availability, use and dangers of opioid drugs will be held in Kanata on Monday, Feb. 27. Experts from public health, Ottawa police and paramedics and the Youth Services Bureau will be present.
West end councillors, along with health and public safety experts, will host a public meeting in Kanata to discuss the availability, use and...
While the mayor’s vote is often on the winning side, the amount of time he decides a contentious vote has dipped, according to council tracker report released on Feb. 22.
The report looks at voting trends of the city’s councils and other themes such as time spent in camera, and contentious vote success.
While the mayor’s vote is often on the winning side, the number of times he decides a contentious vote has dipped, according to council...
Dr. Zul Merali, president and chief executive of The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, unveils his vision for the future of mental health on Feb. 23 as mask-wearing staff represent the as yet unknown future researchers who will be selected to spend the next five years at The Royal working toward discoveries in mental-health detection and treatment.
An anonymously donated $6-million gift will allow The Royal Ottawa to attract five of the world’s brightest research minds to discover new...
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