Construction woes frustrate residents in Lowertown's Wedge; Claridge H– Image 1

Claridge Homes has applied for permission to temporarily use a lot at 281 St. Andrew St. in Lowertown's Wedge neighbourhood for construction vehicles as it builds its nearby Water Street condo development.

Construction woes frustrate residents in Lowertown's Wedge; Claridge Homes has applied for permission after using vacant lot for site trailers

Resident's in Lowertown's Wedge neighbourhood are upset that a developer didn't apply for permission to use a vacant lot to park...

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Nineteen-year-old Orléans resident Colin Ratzlaff, left,Celebrates with his mom, Karen McDonald, after winning a gold medal in five pin bowling at the Canadian Special Olympics in Vancouver on July 12.

Bowler strikes gold at Special Olympics

A 19-year-old bowler from east Gloucester has reached a new height in his athletic career with his first gold medal at the Canadian Special...

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Ottawa to host national track championships; Events estimated to gener– Image 1

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson attempts to race (but loses) against Ottawa resident Nathaniel Unrau, 12, with the Ottawa Lions Track and Field Club at the Terry Fox Athletics Facility at Mooney's Bay following the July 17 announcement that Ottawa will host Athletics Canada's Senior-Junior Track and Field Championships in 2017 and 2018 at Mooney's Bay.

Ottawa to host national track championships; Events estimated to generate $6-million economic boon

Ottawa will host some of Canada's top athletes during the Canadian Track and Field Championships in 2017 and 2018, generating a $6-million...

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Steak with roast vegetables perfect for barbecue

Steak with roast vegetables perfect for barbecue

New Zealanders love their beef as much as their lamb. Here is a popular recipe using a dry rub to flavour the steak, which is then served...

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New city hall garden honours Treaty of Ghent; Yellow roses planted to – Image 1

Yellow blooms adorn 144 Ghent rose bushes planted in front of city hall to recognize the importance of the treaty they are named for.

New city hall garden honours Treaty of Ghent; Yellow roses planted to honour document that brought peace after the War of 1812

New beds of yellow roses at city hall are meant to bring attention to a little-known piece of Canadian history.

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Bridlewood's Tommy Des Brisay, number 11, finished his first full marathon as the fastest Ottawa resident in the Scotiabank Ottawa Marathon on May 25.

Elite athlete with autism does talking on the track

A young man from Kanata who has autism was the fastest Ottawa resident in this year's Scotiabank Ottawa Marathon on May 25.

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Ottawa gets invaded by British; City hosts annual North America MG spo– Image 1

Favouring an out-of-country car to an Ottawa-owned MG, Mayor Jim Watson makes his official 'Mayor's choice' picking a 1956 MG 1500 from Virginia, U.S. More than 120 British sports cars filled up the front lawn at the Canada Science and Technology Museum on July 16.

Ottawa gets invaded by British; City hosts annual North America MG sports cars meeting

Ottawa was subjected to a British invasion last week - an attack mounted by a fleet of small vintage sports cars.

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No money for Clegg Street crosswalk: NCC chief; Issue will have to be – Image 1

Mayor Jim Watson, left, and National Capital Commission chief executive Mark Kristmanson test out the new crosswalk at Fifth Avenue and Queen Elizabeth Driveway. The signaled crosswalk opened on July 15, only days before the TD Place Stadium at Lansdowne Park will open for the first RedBlacks game on July 18.

No money for Clegg Street crosswalk: NCC chief; Issue will have to be addressed in the fall budget process, Kristmanson says

Residents in Old Ottawa East are going to have to wait a little while longer for a safe crossing at Clegg Street and Colonel By Drive, near...

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