Robbery investigators are hoping the public can help them identify a male...
Olena Pidhrushna wins women's World Cup biathlon sprint in Canmore
Musical gaffe: Juno Awards replace nominee after realizing song was...
A few years ago, while covering the burgeoning men’s rights movement, I...
The Ottawa Public Library will add nutrition education to its catalog with...
A 54-year-old Ottawa man, Danny Burgess, has been charged with a variety of child pornography-related crimes, as well as sexual assault. Police are concerned there may be other victims. Burgess has worked as an Elvis-impersonator in Ottawa.
A 54-year-old Orléans man was charged with multiple child-pornography related offences after a search of his Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard...
Greater Ottawa Habitat for Humanity CEO Alexis Ashworth speaks at an information meeting in Orléans on Jan. 25. The plans for the site are behind her.
Community members at a Jan. 25 information meeting about a Habitat for Humanity development weren’t all happy with planned parking or the...
The Ottawa Public Library will receive more than $186,000 in a grant from the province to help support its A La Carte program, a new health and nutrition literacy program. Ottawa West-Nepean MPP Bob Chiarelli announced the grant at the Nepean Centrepointe branch of the library on Jan. 29.
The Ottawa Public Library will add nutrition education to its catalog with a boost of $186,890 from the province for new food literacy...
River Ward trustee Shirley Seward is one of 11 English public school board trustees who voted on proposed changes to French instruction in kindergarten and early French immersion within the school board on Feb. 2. Trustees ultimately voted to pass the proposed changes, which included an amendment proposed by Seward during the meeting to use some of the cost savings to help English language learners with special needs who may struggle with increased French instruction in kindergarten.
After hours of debate and emotional appeals from parents, English public school board trustees approved several changes to French...
Ottawa research into cancer vaccine gets funding boost
A research team at the Ottawa Hospital’s General campus is looking to develop a cancer vaccine by pairing the measles and Maraba viruses.
Dancers from across Ottawa will come together on Feb. 6 to perform in a non-competitive fundraiser that aims to change the atmosphere around dance competitions and support youth mental health at the same time.
Dancers Give Back Ottawa is about to hold its third event ever, but it’s aiming to raise just as much money as its first two years...
University of Ottawa associate professor Andrew Pelling, founder of the Pelling Laboratory for Physical Manipulation, holds up a $1,000 piece of biomaterial in his right hand, and an apple slice containing human cells in the other. He and his researchers are working to prove that pieces of decellularized apple can be used just as well as biomaterial to help human bodies repair themselves, and for much less money.
The apple has been a source of inspiration for the human race for hundreds, even thousands of years.
Sir Isaac Newton is purported to...
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