Vimy Bridge?

Manotick and Barrhaven legion officials have asked the city to rename the Strandherd-Armstrong bridge Vimy Bridge.

'Vimy Bridge' could replace Strandherd-Armstrong moniker

News – The Manotick and Barrhaven branches of the Royal Canadian Legion have teamed up to rename the Strandherd-Armstrong crossing "Vimy...

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‘I’m going to hate him forever:’ murdered teen’s mother

Devontay Hackett of Ottawa appeared by video in Ottawa provincial court on Monday, July 21.

‘I’m going to hate him forever:’ murdered teen’s mother

OTTAWA - The mother of murdered teen Brandon Volpi hopes the man accused of the killing will be handed the maximum sentence.

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Findlay Creek residents invited to celebrate annual community fun day

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 anticipates record-breaking fun

FINDLAY CREEK - Volunteers with the Findlay Creek Community Association are expecting the annual Findlay Creek Community Fun Day will draw a...

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'I’m going to be the first fastest runner in the world'

Bridlewood’s Tommy Des Brisay, number 11, finished his first full marathon as the fastest Ottawa resident in the Scotiabank Ottawa Marathon on May 25.

'I’m going to be the first fastest runner in the world'

KANATA - A young man from Kanata who has autism was the fastest Ottawa resident in this year’s Scotiabank Ottawa Marathon on May 25.

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Hunt Club residents return home after evacuation during “high risk” operation

Ottawa police officers took extra precaution while executing a search warrant in a home on Topley Crescent in the Hunt Club neighbourhood earlier today, July 18.

'It’s like something you’d see (in) the movies'

HUNT CLUB - More than a dozen heavily armed Ottawa police officers swarmed a normally quiet residential street in Ottawa’s Hunt Club...

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Police investigating another shooting in south Ottawa

The Ottawa police guns and gangs unit is investigating after a man was shot twice in his lower extremities in the Hunt Club neighbourhood on July 17.

Police investigating another shooting in south Ottawa

HUNT CLUB - Investigators with the Ottawa police guns and gangs unit are trying to solve yet another shooting in broad daylight in south...

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Collision reporting now ‘self-serve’ with new centre

Insp. Sandra McLaren is heading up the Ottawa police Collision Reporting Centre initiative, a project expected to save police over $1 million a year, and thousands of hours of patrol time. The first centre was opened at 211 Huntmar Dr. on July 14.

Collision reporting now ‘self-serve’ with new centre

KANATA - A new Ottawa police program has motorists reporting 70 per cent of collisions to new reporting centres, the first of which opened...

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Laptops now available at all library branches

After starting off with 30 of the lightweight netbooks during a pilot project last year, the library announced July 15 it has added 114 of the devices to its collection.

Laptops now available at all library branches

OTTAWA - The Ottawa Public Library has declared laptops a success and now offers Chromebooks at every branch.

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Man wanted in 1991 child sexual abuse case

Hamilton police seek man in child sexual abuse case going back to 1991

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SIU clears Toronto police officer in shooting

Toronto police officer cleared in November shooting; man was shot in leg, chest

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Man shot by police in Newmarket: SIU

SIU called after York Region police shoot man in Newmarket

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