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Ottawa Hospital pays tribute to cancer research donors

A donor wall honouring the more than 700 donors to the Ottawa Hospital’s cancer clinic has been unveiled at the entrance to the clinic’s critical care wing.

Ottawa Hospital pays tribute to cancer research donors

The Ottawa Hospital depends heavily on the kindness and generosity of everyday citizens when it comes to funding cancer research and care,...

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Dad cycles for son with muscular dystrophy

Andrew Sedmihradsky undertook a 600-kilometre bicycle ride from Ottawa to Hamilton to raise money for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy research. His son, Max, was diagnosed with the genetic disease in 2013.

Hamilton dad cycles home from Ottawa for son with muscular dystrophy

Andrew Sedmihradsky and his wife, Kerri, first realized something was wrong with their four-year-old son, Max, when they noticed he was...

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Ottawa police urge residents to 'mind their valuables'

Police are urging people not to leave valuables in their vehicles and to lock their homes and cars up tight to deter potential thieves from striking.

Ottawa police urge residents to 'mind their valuables'

Summer is in full swing, which can mean a rise in crimes of opportunity. But police are hoping to head those off at the pass by...

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Options Bytown celebrates 25 years

The Options Bytown board of directors celebrate the charity’s 25th year an anniversary gala celebration, including Jamie Burr, front left,Colleen Hoey, Shanley Matthews, Frank O’Dea, Natasha Poushinsky and Kutty Duhamel, and Lorraine Bentley, back left, Brian Davidson, Glenn Wasson and Dave Lo.

Options Bytown celebrates 25 years of ‘housing, supporting and enriching lives’

For the last 25 years, Options Bytown has been helping some of Ottawa’s most vulnerable people get back on their feet.

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Leiper takes a pie or four to help community

West Ottawa Community Support board member Derrick Harris, right, gets his best shot in on Jeff Leiper. The Kitchissippi councillor took four pies to help the organization raise $1,435.

Leiper takes a pie, or four, to help community

Seniors services are in ever-growing demand in Ottawa, meaning providers can use all the help they can get.

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Highway 417

Police identified a pedestrian who died on Highway 417 on Canada Day as Tyler Anthony Pellerin-Gagnon, 22.

UPDATE: Police ID pedestrian who died in Highway 417 incident on Canada Day

Police have identified a pedestrian who died on Highway 417 on Canada Day as Tyler Anthony Pellerin-Gagnon, 22, of North Dundas Township.

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Ottawa Fire Department

Two off duty firefighters tried to revive a pedestrian, who died after he was hit on Highway 417 on Canada Day.

Pedestrian dies after trying to cross Highway 417 on Canada Day

Canada Day ended tragically for an unidentified young man, who died after he was walking on Highway 417 late at night, police said.

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Ottawa Community Housing to expand security presence in neighbourhoods

The Ottawa Community Housing Corporation will expand the hours its safety officers work in social housing neighbourhoods, says Stéphane Giguère, the corporation’s chief executive officer.

Ottawa Community Housing to expand security presence in neighbourhoods

Safety officers in Ottawa Community Housing neighbourhoods will soon see their hours expanded on weekdays. Currently, OCH community...

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