National Capital Open to support troops

Professional Golf Association Tour Canada president Jeff Monday and associate director of Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services Doug Langton announce a new partnership between the two organizations for an upcoming charity golf tournament on Jan. 20.

National Capital Open to support troops

A charity golf tournament aims to engage the entire national capital region this year to support members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

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Drug investigation nets one arrest, bullets, drugs in South Keys

Ottawa police drug unit and tactical officers allegedly seized 50 rounds of ammunition and quantities of cocaine and marijuana and arrested an Ottawa man in South Keys on Jan. 14.

Drug investigation nets one arrest, bullets, drugs in South Keys

The arrest of an Ottawa man who police say is known to guns and gangs officers has taken a bite out of the city’s gang problem, according to...

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Mitzvah Day participants ready good deeds for city

Warren and Linda Melamed, seen with sons Jacob and Michael, will be chairing this year’s Mitzvah Day activities at the Soloway Jewish Community Centre on Feb. 8.

Mitzvah Day participants ready good deeds for city

Ottawa’s Jewish community is readying a list of good deeds to perform in anticipation of Mitzvah Day.

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Riverside South to play pond hockey for Manotick man

Proceeds raised through the Riverside South Community Association’s upcoming charity pond hockey tournaments will go to Manotick resident Ryan Boutilier, who suffered a traumatic brain injury at a west end construction site in May 2013.

Riverside South to play pond hockey for Manotick man

Dozens of adults and children will soon lace up their skates to play hockey at the Spratt Park outdoor rink, and at the same time generate...

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City moving ahead with pair of parking studies

The city is planning on conducting two parking studies this year: one looking at the overnight parking ban during heavy snowfall and a second study that will likely result in lowering the minimum parking requirement for residential developments, said planning committee chairwoman Jan Harder.

City moving ahead with pair of parking studies

Two studies that will impact people’s ability to park their vehicles will get underway this year.

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South Ottawa man bilked out of thousands in grandparent scam

Ottawa police are warning the public after they say an 86-year-old south Ottawa man was defrauded of more than $10,000 in a ‘grandparent scam.’

South Ottawa man bilked out of thousands in grandparent scam

A scheme to defraud an elderly south Ottawa man of thousands of dollars was halted by police before several thousands more could change...

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Library adds Netflix-like movie service

Thousands of titles of hit movies, documentaries and music will be available through two new Netflix-style streaming services the Ottawa Public Library will launch on Feb. 17.

Library adds Netflix-like movie service

Library users will be able to watch hit movies like Oscar favourite Boyhood and listen to music from artists like Grammy-nominated Sam Smith...

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Ontario landowners support outsider for PC leadership

Conservative Member of Parliament from Barrie, Ont. and contender in the provincial Progressive Conservative party’s leadership race, Patrick Brown, centre, speaks with Shirley Mosley, left, and Carleton-Mississippi Mills Member of Provincial Parliament Jack MacLaren, right.

Ontario landowners support outsider for PC leadership

The Ontario Progressive Conservative party is severely broken and needs someone from outside its ranks to give it an overhaul, says federal...

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