Former top court judge to release report on use of lethal force by Toronto...
Alec Baldwin says he'd rather pay fine than apologize over incident than...
You know summer is in full swing when fields are alive with wildflowers.
Community - The Kanata North Community Garden is helping isolated Chinese...
Megan Cornell will seek the federal Liberal nomination for Kanata-Carleton.
Megan Cornell announced she is seeking the federal Liberal nomination for the new riding of Kanata-Carleton.
The Black Dog Bistro was operating as usual on Monday, July 21 one day after suffering a small patio fire.
News – A small patio fire couldn’t put a damper on the Black Dog Bistro’s booming business in Manotick.
Jack Castell and his mom Juliann check out some of the newest releases added by users of their Little Free Library, which they opened on the front lawn of their Alta Vista home in May. Passersby have been regularly borrowing, returning and donating new titles to the little library.
OTTAWA - Jack Castell doesn’t have far to travel when he wants to take out a library book – it takes the 12-year-old maybe 10 steps to reach...
Yellow blooms adorn 144 Ghent rose bushes planted in front of city hall to recognize the importance of the treaty they are named for.
New beds of yellow roses at city hall are meant to bring attention to a little-known piece of Canadian history.
A new cigarette butt collection container is unveiled outside Quartier Vanier’s office on July 16.
Quarter Vanier wants more people to butt out.
Manotick and Barrhaven legion officials have asked the city to rename the Strandherd-Armstrong bridge Vimy Bridge.
News – The Manotick and Barrhaven branches of the Royal Canadian Legion have teamed up to rename the Strandherd-Armstrong crossing "Vimy...
Devontay Hackett of Ottawa appeared by video in Ottawa provincial court on Monday, July 21.
OTTAWA - The mother of murdered teen Brandon Volpi hopes the man accused of the killing will be handed the maximum sentence.
With balloons in hand, Meagan Lydan, incoming president of the Findlay Creek Community Association, is ready to celebrate during Findlay Creek’s annual Community Fun Day on Aug. 4. The festivities will feature a barbecue, live music, an animal display and several activities, including pony rides and inflatable games.
FINDLAY CREEK - Volunteers with the Findlay Creek Community Association are expecting the annual Findlay Creek Community Fun Day will draw a...
Man charged after truck gets stuck on train tracks, causing long delays: OPP
Ontario's 29th lieutenant-governor to be sworn in during Sept. 23 ceremony
SIU probes case of man injured when car crashes in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
Ontario Liberals pass budget bill, despite opposition from other parties
Air Canada resumes flights to Tel Aviv cancelled after rocket strike
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk says he is resigning
Former Oshawa youth worker charged in alleged sexual assaults on boy in 1990s
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East Ottawa Toastmasters
In a letter to the editor in the June 26 edition, Ms. Adele Muldoon noted that transportation...
I found it very interesting to note that in the recent article, July 3, 2014, 'PCs wrestle with...
Finding the next great kids’ party idea is a challenge but a new innovation discovered by Certified...
An esteemed seniors-living residence employs a very insightful activities program that engages...
The windows in your home can often be a focal point of any room. With over 40 years of experience,...
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