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Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife Laureen walk away after leaving flowers on the perimiter of the crime scene at the National Memorial in Ottawa on Thursday Oct. 23, 2014. A gunman turned the nation's capital into an armed camp Wednesday after he fatally shot an honour guard at "point-blank" range at the National War Memorial before setting his sights on Parliament Hill. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Politicians, police start reflection: Is Canada safe enough?
A massive police presence blankets Parliament Hill and surrounding areas in the early afternoon of Oct. 22, following shootings at the Canadian War Memorial and the Parliament Buildings. A gunman was shot dead within the building shortly after a Canadian soldier was shot and killed at the War Memorial.
Following a whirlwind of violence that gripped the capital, Canadians were reminded that they are “not immune” to the scourge of terror.
More than 250 Rideau-Rockcliffe residents came out to meet and hear from the six candidates running for the city council seat at an organized debate at the Rockcliffe Park Public School on Oct. 16.
Rehashing the Kettle Island bridge proposal was among the hot topics discussed at the latest Rideau-Rockcliffe debate.
The Vanier Community Association would like its next councillor to assure a proper transportation plan is safe and efficient for people living in Vanier.
With only days to go before the Oct. 27 election, the Vanier Community Association would like to call attention to what it calls the real...
Bruce Bennet, a pilot officer during the Second World War, settles into a vintage 1941 Tiger Moth for a joyride over West Carleton and Arnprior on Oct. 10.
Bruce Bennet’s face split into a grin as he taxied into the Carp airport.
“Oh God, it was so thrilling,” said the 90-year-old veteran....
Robert Fishman, a professor of architecture and urban planning at the University of Michigan, speaks about the legacy if parkways in North America to a crowd gathered at the National Capital Commission’s urbanism lab on Oct. 16.
Despite resolutely rejecting the city’s idea of running light rail along the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, the National Capital Commission...
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