Once the ground thaws, a group of eager gardeners in Old Ottawa South will be ready to start building the city's first bio-dome garden.
I have adopted 2 cats who were starving themselves when they were separated from their family and each other. I first adopted Baudelaire,...
Canterbury High School theatre students Emma Keith, left, Aiden AuCoin-Power and Chase Irons-Mills will perform The Killing Game, while Kayla Farris and Thomas Nyhuus will perform A History of the American Film. The double bill, featuring 45 students, runs April 28 to May 3.
Memorizing a character's lines for a large-scale production may seem like a daunting task, but several Canterbury High School Grade 12...
Above, armed and masked suspects are caught on video during an attempted robbery Leon's Furniture Dec. 3, 2013. Ottawa police are seeking the public's help in solving two robberies at the same business at 1718 Heron Rd. Police say the second crime happened March 6, shown at left and at right.
Two unsolved robberies at the same Heron Gate furniture store just three months apart have prompted Ottawa police to issue a plea for the...
Assumption Catholic School's Grade 6 class would like all of Vanier's art-loving residents to attend its Earth Day Art Gala on April 22 at the school.
This Earth Day the students of Amy Howe's Grade 6 class would like to invite area residents to a different kind of art show.
The old location of the Centretown community police centre on Somerset Street was abandoned in 2012 in favour of a second-floor office inside city hall.
Upon learning the police are planning to review whether community police centres are still necessary, city councillors are calling for them...
A review of crossings was ordered by OC Transpo after a collision between an OC Transpo bus and a Via train on the morning of Sept. 18, 2013, that killed six people, including the bus driver.
New gates will be added at four suburban rail crossings but no other changes are needed to OC Transpo's policies for traversing train...
Rebecca Yaworski is one of 10 students who are fundraising to bring live human tissues specimens to transform the learning experience for anatomy students at Carleton University. The group launched a crowd-funding initiative on the university's Future Funder website to raise the $25,000 needed.
A group of Carleton students can't wait to get their hands on live human tissue.
From left, Michael Sunderland of Michael's Dolce, Rebecca McKeen and Jim McKeen show offone of the products which will be on sale at the Glebe's first ever popup market in the Glebe Community Centre April 27.
Local food and Ottawamade products will be popping up at a Glebe indoor market later this month.