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A Manotick homeowner reported a lightning strike caused electrical issues to the home in the early morning hours of Feb. 25. A bolt hit a shed on the property, and affected electrical systems inside the house and caused a small mattress fire to break out.
A storm that blew through the National Capital Region at the start of the weekend caused a bolt of lightning to strike in the Manotick area.
Team Ontario skip Rachel Homan (left), third Emma Miskew, second, Joanne Courtney, lead, Lisa Weagle, alternate Cheryl Kreviazuk and coach Adam Kingsbury with the Scotties trophy after they defeated Manitoba to win the national championship.
Rachel Homan is back on top. The skip and her team Ontario won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the women’s national curling championship.
All Saints High School hosted a memorial for student Chloe Kotval, 14, who died on Valentine's Day after taking a drug of unknown origin.
A memorial hosted for Chloe Kotval drew a number of schoolmates who were seeking closure following her death from an apparent drug overdose.
Jane Anderson, a volunteer with the Rideau Goulbourn Historical and Elaine Eagen, the program and visitor experience officer at Watson's Mill showcase the Mill's programs during Heritage Day at City Hall on Feb. 21.
It was a blast from the past at city hall on Feb. 21.
More than 45 historical societies and conservation organizations showcased their...
While the mayor’s vote is often on the winning side, the amount of time he decides a contentious vote has dipped, according to council tracker report released on Feb. 22.
The report looks at voting trends of the city’s councils and other themes such as time spent in camera, and contentious vote success.
While the mayor’s vote is often on the winning side, the number of times he decides a contentious vote has dipped, according to council...
Dr. Zul Merali, president and chief executive of The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, unveils his vision for the future of mental health on Feb. 23 as mask-wearing staff represent the as yet unknown future researchers who will be selected to spend the next five years at The Royal working toward discoveries in mental-health detection and treatment.
An anonymously donated $6-million gift will allow The Royal Ottawa to attract five of the world’s brightest research minds to discover new...
Grade 3 and 4 students at Le Phare Elementary School decided they wanted to make the biggest, most inclusive fort in Ottawa.The fort surrounds our school yard and opens up to the school, which means that as soon as students exit into the playground, they are part of the Le Phare fort.
This winter, students at one Beacon Hill school took playing in the snow very seriously.
Ross Beaty talks science at the Canadian Museum of Nature on Feb. 23. Ross, a geologist and mining entrepreneur, and his wife Trisha, a physician, donated $4 million to the museum - specifically for its research and collections efforts.
Thanks to a multimillion dollar donation, natural science research in Canada just got a major boost.
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