Pesticide spraying prompts closure of Charles H. Hulse Public School

Charles H. Hulse Public School will remain closed until Sunday, April 19 so that it can ventilated after pesticide spray was used in the building earlier this week.

Pesticide spraying prompts closure of Charles H. Hulse Public School

A pesticide spraying has forced the closure of Charles H. Hulse Public School for four days. The school in the Herongate community,...

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Police comb Hunt Club Road for suspected murder weapon

Ottawa police officers searched for evidence along Hunt Club Road near Highway 417 at Hawthorne Road on Monday, April 13 in connection with the fatal shooting of a known gang member at 181 Forestglade Cres. on Feb. 6. Investigators are still looking for anyone who saw this Dodge Charger allegedly seen speeding away from the murder scene.

Police comb Hunt Club Road for suspected murder weapon

Ottawa police officers spent the better part of Monday searching along Hunt Club Road for a suspected murder weapon – a firearm that...

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Record numbers expected to geek out at Ottawa Comiccon

Ottawa Comiccon program director Cliff Caporale is ‘attacked’ by Robert Englund, left, best known for his role as Freddy Krueger in the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, during the 2014 Ottawa Comiccon in a coveted photo op with The Evil Dead actor Bruce Campbell, middle, while Ottawa Comiccon programming co-ordinator Jean-Marc Pellerin is ‘choked’ by Kane Hodder, a.k.a. Jason from the Friday the 13th movies. The Ottawa Comiccon returns to the EY Centre May 8 to 10.

Record numbers expected to geek out at Ottawa Comiccon

The stars are aligning for Ottawa geeks.

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Ottawa 67’s draft Guelph Gryphon forward with first pick

Austen Keating became the latest addition to the Ottawa 67’s squad. The Guelph native was drafted by the team in the first round.

Ottawa 67’s draft Guelph Gryphon forward with first pick

A few large dents litter the walls of the Keating family’s basement in Guelph.

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Lost and found

The park and fly at 3600 Uplands had all of its 19 way-finding signs removed last year because of a complaint from the Ottawa Airport Authority. Council passed an interim plan to reinstate seven signs on April 15.

Park and fly signs a ‘compromise’: owner

Seven signs will find their way back to city street corners this spring to point drivers toward the Park’N Fly on Uplands Drive.

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‘They rebuilt me’

Louis D. celebrates his graduation from one of the stages of the Ottawa Mission’s addiction services programs on April 9.

‘They rebuilt me’

When Louis D. was first brought to the Ottawa Mission, he was a broken man.

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Gloucester football team to pay tribute to slain teen

The North Gloucester Giants will be retiring the number 44 jersey as a tribute to Connor Stevenson, who was stabbed to death in a stairwell on April 14.

Gloucester football team to pay tribute to slain teen

The North Gloucester Giants Football Team is set to retire jersey number 44 in tribute to Connor Stevenson, the Gloucester teen who was...

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Fair process

Cumberland Coun. Stephen Blais wants Hydro Ottawa to be allowed to bid on rural customers still served by the provincial distributor.

Let Hydro Ottawa bid on rural customers: Blais

For Ottawa’s 45,000 rural residents still served by Hydro One, it’s a tale of two cities.

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