Gunman remains on the loose in wake of Ottawa's 30th shooting; City's – Image 1

The Ottawa police guns and gangs unit is investigating a number of motives that could explain why an unidentified man fired a single shot in the vicinity of a woman on Sept. 8 in the Riverview neighbourhood, and whether she was the intended target.

Gunman remains on the loose in wake of Ottawa's 30th shooting; City's annual shootings set to climb above last year's total

A man who shot a single round in the Riverview neighbourhood of south Ottawa last week in a case investigators are describing as a close...

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Carefor team 'dares to care'– Image 1

Staffat Ottawa-based Carefor Health Community Services Donna Deknatel, left, Haley Chapman, Cheryl Conway and Joanne Peach helped their team raise more than $24,000 during The Canadian, a multi-sport day at Terry Fox Athletic Facility on Aug. 30.

Carefor team 'dares to care'

Every step counted, just as every dollar raised will make a difference.

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CHEO lottery on the road to Vancouver Grey Cup– Image 1

Wendover teen Brad Laviolette, middle, is lucky to have the support of his parents Manon and Rob after he had both legs severed in a tubing accident last August. Laviolette has been a 'frequent flyer' patient at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario since his accident, and credits CHEO doctors for saving his legs.

CHEO lottery on the road to Vancouver Grey Cup

The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario is taking its 24th-annual lottery on the road.

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Community rallies behind Alta Vista resident; Fundraisers planned for – Image 1

Jilleen Niles, who works at the Corner Bar Grill in the Glebe, is spearheading fundraising efforts in support of her friend and co-worker David Muzaliwa, who suffered a brain injury after being hit by a car at Bank Street and Heron Road last month.

Community rallies behind Alta Vista resident; Fundraisers planned for Sept. 20 in the Glebe, Westboro and Orléans

The afternoon that David Muzaliwa was supposed to show up for work and never arrived, Jilleen Niles was worried sick.

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Ottawa man facing dozens of charges after BE crime spree– Image 1

Ottawa police have laid 38 charges against an Ottawa man in connection with 21 break and enters and 13 thefts of vehicles following a month-and-a-half-long investigation.

Ottawa man facing dozens of charges after BE crime spree

Ottawa police say they have put a stop to a lengthy and costly crime spree with the arrest last week of a man they say would steal keys from...

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Police seek witnesses, help tracking deceased's property– Image 1

Police have taken the unique step of reaching out to the public for help in tracking down a Samsung Galaxy cellphone, an Apple shopping bag as well as a bicycle belonging to a woman whose body was found in the Rideau River near Vincent Massey Park on Aug. 26. While foul play is not suspected, investigators are also looking to speak with anyone who talked to the woman in the days prior to the discovery of her body.

Police seek witnesses, help tracking deceased's property

News -Police have taken the unusual step of asking witnesses to come forward and requesting the public's help in tracking down personal...

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Students spearhead cricket tourney for Pakistani charity– Image 1

Shahrukh Anis, co-president of the University of Ottawa's Pakistani Students Association, wears his Pakistan cricket team jersey with pride ahead of the second charity cricket tournament scheduled for Sept. 20 at Lynda Lane Park in south Ottawa. Partial proceeds from the event will support displaced people in Pakistan.

Students spearhead cricket tourney for Pakistani charity

Competitive cricket matches have been known to span several days, but organizers of an upcoming cricket match in south Ottawa are organizing...

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Panda Game returns for uOttawa, Carleton teams; Traditional rivalry ma– Image 1

Players from the University of Ottawa Gee Gees and Carleton Ravens are seen during last September's Panda game. This year's event will take place on Sept. 20 on the newly opened field at TD Place.

Panda Game returns for uOttawa, Carleton teams; Traditional rivalry match resumes after 10 years

A half-centuryold rivalry will play out on the Lansdowne gridiron this month.

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