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Police continued to investigate the alleged hit and run Sunday morning.

Cyclist dies in south end hit-and-run: Police

A cyclist has died after a hit-and-run in Ottawa’s south end early Saturday morning, police said.

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Walkley Road can accommodate more cars: city

More than 150 people attended an open house to learn of the recommended plans for the proposed Airport Parkway and Lester Road widening, which was held at the Jim Durrell Recreation Centre on June 17.

Walkley Road can accommodate more cars: city

Though Walkley Road West residents say an Airport Parkway southbound off-ramp to their neighbourhood will bring hundreds more cars, creating...

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Ottawa Hospital pays tribute to cancer research donors

A donor wall honouring the more than 700 donors to the Ottawa Hospital’s cancer clinic has been unveiled at the entrance to the clinic’s critical care wing.

Ottawa Hospital pays tribute to cancer research donors

The Ottawa Hospital depends heavily on the kindness and generosity of everyday citizens when it comes to funding cancer research and care,...

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Ottawa police urge residents to 'mind their valuables'

Police are urging people not to leave valuables in their vehicles and to lock their homes and cars up tight to deter potential thieves from striking.

Ottawa police urge residents to 'mind their valuables'

Summer is in full swing, which can mean a rise in crimes of opportunity. But police are hoping to head those off at the pass by...

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Ottawa Community Housing to expand security presence in neighbourhoods

The Ottawa Community Housing Corporation will expand the hours its safety officers work in social housing neighbourhoods, says Stéphane Giguère, the corporation’s chief executive officer.

Ottawa Community Housing to expand security presence in neighbourhoods

Safety officers in Ottawa Community Housing neighbourhoods will soon see their hours expanded on weekdays. Currently, OCH community...

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Multiple gun shots fired in Fairlea-Heatherington community

Three bullets punctured a sedan in this parking lot at the corner of Fairlea Crescent and Gore Private in the Fairlea community of Heatherington the evening of June 24. No one was injured in what police say was a targeted attack.

Shooter aimed to kill: police

Ottawa police and Ottawa Community Housing security officers plan to boost their presence in the Fairlea area of Heatherington after...

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‘Golden opportunities’ for change in Heatherington: Coun. Deans

Gloucester-Southgate Coun. Diane Deans is asking for $250,000 for a pilot project that could help transform the Heatherington community into a neighbourhood with more mixed housing.

‘Golden opportunities’ for change in Heatherington: Coun. Deans

Heatherington is primed for change. If the community’s councillor has her wish fulfilled and earns the support of council on July 8, a...

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Work still to do before Riverside South rec centre becomes reality

Gloucester-South Nepean Coun. Michael Qaqish says a staff memo recommending the city hold off on pursuing a P3 for the development of a new recreation complex in Riverside South would provide time to get the needed facts before the project goes ahead.

Work still to do before Riverside South rec centre becomes reality

The city is not yet ready to actively pursue a public-private partnership for the construction of Riverside South’s first multi-use...

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