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Excavators clear a new channel to feed the future 29-megawatt hydroelectric generation facility at Chaudière Falls.
Ottawa’s past met its future at Chaudiere Falls on the morning of Nov. 16, as officials from the city, province, and Hydro Ottawa celebrated...
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...
Sandy Hill resident Jan van Heuzen offers some ideas about the Ottawa police business plan for 2016-18 during a ‘Let’s Chat: Priorities’ public consultation meeting on Nov. 5 at the St. Elias Centre in the Riverview Park community. Input received during the meeting will be used in the development of the Ottawa Police Service 2016-18 business plan.
In its desire to ensure it is working with the right community-based partners, the Ottawa police have likely already found a good match.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses a crowd of about 16,000 young people, alongside his wife, Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau, during the Ottawa We Day on Nov. 10 at the Canadian Tire Centre.
We Day, the speaking and performance event for young activists, is known for the famous and inspirational speakers it attracts.
Ottawa police Det. Sylvie Reaney, left, and Heidi Danson are spearheading the collection of purses filled with sanitary products and other supplies for women in need in Ottawa. The purse drive, known as Women Helping Women, continues until at least Dec. 18. Purses can be dropped off at all Ottawa police stations.
Heidi Danson and Det. Sylvie Reaney are on a mission to hand out purses filled with sanitary pads and tampons to Ottawa’s vulnerable women.
Auditor general Ken Hughes speaks with the media at city hall following the tabling of his annual report to the audit committee on Nov. 26.
Much of the discussion as the city auditor tabled his annual audit report had to do with who is on the other line.
Ottawa police are reminding the public the department does not ask for monetary donations in the wake of multiple reports of scammers calling on behalf of the police service and asking for credit card numbers.
Ottawa police do not want your money.
The department has issued a warning about a recent scam in which callers say they are raising money...
Dr. Morton Beiser, a psychiatric epidemiologist and founding director of the Toronto
Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, speaks to staff at CHEO on Nov. 25 about mental health issues prominent in the refugee community. He was the keynote speaker at the children’s hospital’s annual global health day conference.
A leading doctor in the field of immigrant health in Canada said negative attitudes towards refugees strongly affect their mental health...
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