Dave Smith might have raised more than $150 million for charity, but he's never forgotten where he came from.
Spring is here - finally
It's time for the exciting transition back to outdoor exercise after a winter of stuffy indoor workouts, or lack of exercise all together.
Warrant Officer Eric Gagnon, left, and retired sergeant Wally Turini discover they share the common bonds of the same hometown and years of dedicated service with the Canadian military, including overseas conflict. Gagnon was sent to Afghanistan five times, and has several more deployments to his credit, while Turini fought as a gunner in the Second World War. About 100 veterans were honoured at an annual luncheon April 15 at Kanata branch 638 of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Moments after meeting for the first time, retired sergeant Wally Turini and Warrant Officer Eric Gagnon immediately find common ground.
Ordinary soldiers' artworks are on the front line of a new display at the Canadian War Museum
The Canadian War Museum is offering a view of the First World War right from the trenches, as interpreted by professional artists and...
Heartwood House executive director Moe Moloughney stands amongst items lost on the OC Transpo system that end up at Heartwood House, where the lost-and-found is located.
A lot has changed since the OC Transpo lost and found opened in 2001.
An icon shows the location of a new flashing amber warning light that will be installed on the Transitway to remind OC Transpo drivers of the rail crossing around the curve.
The city hopes a new flashing light reminding OC Transpo drivers of rail tracks ahead will make the Transitway safer.
Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge founder Lynne Rowe has received her wildlife care licence from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. She says she hopes to begin taking in small mammals and fawns this May. Here, Rowe shows offsome of the squirrel enclosures that will be used.
Five years ago, Lynne Rowe first had the idea of developing a wildlife sanctuary in Dunrobin - a place where injured and orphaned mammals...
Rob Baker, left, and Mayor Jim Watson take part in the inaugural National Capital History Day event. The Tragically Hip guitarist gave the keynote speech, explaining history's importance in our daily lives, while Watson helped hand out student awards for history projects.
Typically when Rob Baker is in front of an audience he's slashing at his guitar to on a stage in a hockey rink.
Two armed, masked suspects are caught on video during an attempted robbery Leon's Furniture Dec. 3, 2013. Ottawa police are seeking the public's help in solving two robberies at the same business at 1718 Heron Rd. Police say the second crime happened March 6.
Two unsolved robberies at the same Heron Gate furniture store just three months apart have prompted Ottawa police to issue a plea for the...