Overnight parking ban changes

Pending city council approval, the city is set to introduce a set of new regulations concerning the parking ban, which happens every time the forecast calls for more than seven centimetres of snow overnight.

Memorial takes place Oct. 25

A remembrance service will take place Oct. 25 for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the ceremonial guardsman murdered at the base of the National War Memorial on Oct. 22, 2014.

Amsted Design-Build named Renovator of the Year

Celebrating the selection of Amsted Design-Build of Stittsville as the Ontario Renovator of the Year in the annual Ontario Home Builders' Association (OHBA) Awrds of Distinction presented in Hunstville Sept. 28 are, from row seated, Kirk Haw, Paulette MacGregor, Stephanie Haw and Michael Barkhouse; and back row from left, Chris Clarke, Steve Barkhouse, Valerie Blasioli, Jamie Winters and Vince Molinaro, 2014-15 president of the OHBA.

Westfest finds new home

Westfest organizers announced Oct. 8 that Laroche Park in Mechanicsville will be the new home of the popular music and arts festival.

151 and 153 Chapel St.

Susan Young stands by more than 40 trees that were cut down at the corner of Chapel and Rideau Streets. The city issued Trinity Development Group, which owns the site, permits to cut down the trees even though their proposed development for the lot has not been approved by city council.

U-Rock Music School singers sweep prizes

Singers from the U-Rock Music School in Stittsville who swept all four prizes at the Carleton Place Farmers' Market vocal competition last Oct. 3 are, from left, top prize winner Sarah Culbert, second place finisher Andrew Waines; third place winner Karolina Moo; and fourth pace winner Abigail Moffitt.

Parking lot becomes 'rink of dreams'

A goalmouth scramble takes place in front of Ottawa Senators right winger Mark Stone, who doubled as a road hockey goalie during the Oct. 4 road hockey game between five Senators players and the Stittsville Minor Atom Rams. Looking on to the left is Senators goalies Craig Anderson and Andrew Hammond.

News From Beyond Ottawa Region


OPP investigated 227 road deaths this year

OPP investigated 227 road deaths so far this year, urge caution over Thanksgiving



Harper climate record trashed at DC event

Canadian politics plays out on formal US stage: Mayor trashes Harper gov't in DC


Federal Election

A look at Thursday's key developments

A look at Thursday's key developments on the federal campaign trail


Federal Election

What was said on the campaign trail Thursday

A look at what was said on the federal election campaign trail on Thursday


Talk To Us

Events In Ottawa Region

Upcoming Events

Fri Oct 9 | 3:00 PM

Kanata Beer & Spirit...

Fri Oct 9 | 7:00 PM

Expressions of Art 2015

See More...

MORE From Ottawa Region


Toronto will just have to do

This is hard. But we might as well own up to it. A number of us in Ottawa — probably quite a large...



Drama ensues over drawing that vanishes into ‘thin air’

Emerson was raging mad. He was thumping around the kitchen, arms waving, and his face was the colour...


In Your Neighbourhood Today


Ottawa Region Top Jobs

Find swimming pools, community centres, and more in your area

Select a Community Listing