A new expansion at the Primacy Family First Health Centre, located inside the Real Canadian Superstore on Innes Road, will allow five new physicians...
CHEO has launched a 20-week program designed to help children in the community stay healthy and active.
CHEO going extra mile to find leaders in children's health; Organization launches campaign to laud community leaders
Flybits employees Steven D'Costa and Gerti Dervishi, an University of Ottawa graduate, show offthe new Ottawa Nav app designed to help motorists, cyclists and pedestrians avoid snafus on the roads.
City launches traffic app; Ottawa Nav provides real-time traffic updates for Android and Apple devices
An Orléans police officer was killed on St. Joseph Boulevard while driving to work on Nov. 17.
Orléans police officer killed driving to work
Ottawa police officers address the audience at the Portobello South Development Association, discussing a robbery that took place on Halloween.
Portobello South community concerned after Halloween robbery
Maureen Moloughney and Isobel Bisby show offpart of the newly dug elevator shaft in Heartwood House's new home on McArthur Avenue. The organization needs to raise $85,000 to have the elevator installed. Heartwood House will host its first benefit concert in the new building in Overbrook.
Heartwood House hosts benefit concert at new digs; Money to help with renovation costs
The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre is aiming to educate youth and teenagers on the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships with a series of presentations geared towards grades 7 and 8 students, and a poster contest for grades 9 to 12 students. This year's winning poster was created by Sarah Davis and Kylie Hailstone from South Carleton High School.
Resource centre offers healthy dating seminars for youths; 'We want to equip them with knowledge so they can make better choices': volunteer
Meggi Byers and Kathy Hoyland helped raise money for the Lanark Animal Welfare Society at a special fundraiser, Doggy Santa Photo Day on Nov. 17. The event, held at 9 Mowbray Rd. in Kanata, welcomed more than 30 families and their dogs to support the animal welfare organization.
Santa's best friends; Dog owners help raise money for local animal welfare society
Ottawa is the largest Ontario city that could be affected by the future placement of wind farms, according to Rideau-Goulbourn Coun. Scott Moffatt.
Councillor calls for more wind-farm consultation