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Police arrest man for public nudity in Nepean

A 42-year-old Ottawa man is facing several charges resulting from a police investigation into recent...



Reverse trade show coming to Orléans

Orléans will be home to a reverse trade show in November, where businesses can pitch their products...



Crime Stoppers netted 499 tips in September, president says

Crime Stoppers tips in 2016 have resulted in 159 criminal charges, said National Capital Area Crime...

Allan Hubley

The city's mid-term governance report recommends that Coun. Allan Hubley replace Coun. Jan Harder on the police services board committee.

Playground likely to open soon

Children across the city will soon be able to try out the play structures that make up the newly constructed Mooney’s Bay playground, billed as the largest outdoor playground in the country.

New convention centre opens in Ottawa

Chris Bosley, general manager of the Infinity Convention Centre, stands in the lobby of the new $20-million space, located at 2901 Gibford Dr., north of the Ottawa airport. The wedding and events centre hosted its first event on Oct. 1.

Suspect arrested

Police, paremedics and concerned parents lined Longfields Drive in front of Mother Teresa High School on Oct. 25 as officers carried out the arrest of a suspicious person reported to be carrying a gun near the school.

Pierre Cléroux

Pierre Cléroux, vice-president of research and chief economist at BDC, explains a new online diagnostic tool that help small businesses gauge their productivity and efficiency levels during a presentation on Oct. 20.

Space to expand

On Oct. 24, the Royal Canadian Geographical Society signed the lease to officially take possession of the former Canada and the World Pavilion building on Sussex Drive. Chief executive officer of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and Canadian Geographic Enterprises John Geiger and National Capital Commission chief executive officer Mark Kristmanson sign the lease.

New charges

Police laid additional sexual assault charges against retired teacher Donald Greenham on Oct. 18., stemming from incidents alleged to have taken place between 1971 and 1981. Back on Aug. 22, Greenham was originally charged with 14 counts of sexual assault and indecency.

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