Worker injured in meat grinder accident

Paramedics say a male restaurant worker will likely lose his right hand after it became caught in an industrial meat grinder at a restaurant in the Billings Bridge neighbourhood on Thursday, April 16. Ottawa fire crews used hydraulic cutters to extricate the male, though part of the meat grinder was still attached to him when he was transported to hospital.

Worker injured in meat grinder accident

A 33-year-old male restaurant worker will likely lose his right hand after it was caught in an industrial meat grinder at a restaurant in...

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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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Hydro protest

Protesters at the Hydro One Enough is Enough rally outside the Carling Avenue office of Liberal MPP and Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli on April 18. The protest saw angry residents from the Ottawa area speak up about the high cost of hydro in Ontario.

Protesters put heat on province over hydro prices

Dozens of Ottawa area residents gathered in front of Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli’s office on April 18 to protest lofty hydro...

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Canine police sniff out theft suspect

A federal parolee is back behind bars after he was arrested for allegedly stealing a vehicle from a car dealership south of Findlay Creek on April 16. A police officer’s leg was grazed by the fleeing car, but he did not require medical treatment.

Canine police sniff out theft suspect

An Ottawa police officer’s leg was grazed by a suspected stolen vehicle fleeing the lot of a car dealership near Bank Street and Rideau...

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Persons of interest

Police released photos of two persons of interest in the murder of Connor Stevenson, who died April 14 on Jasmine Crescent.

Police search for persons of interest in city’s second homicide of 2015

Police have released photos of two individuals they think might have information about the murder of Connor Stevenson.

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Matthew House fundraiser

Matthew House executive director Miriam Rawson, left, and volunteer Claire Haas in front of Matthew House, located along Centrepointe Drive in Nepean.

Shelter for refugee claimants holding first variety show fundraiser

An organization that supports newcomers to Ottawa who are seeking refugee status is holding a variety show fundraiser at Kanata Baptist...

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Construction begins on Clegg Street crossing

Construction has started on new pedestrian crossing at Colonel By Drive and Clegg Street.

Construction begins on Clegg Street crossing

Construction has started on a new traffic light at the intersection of Colonel By Drive and Clegg Street, and is expected to disrupt traffic...

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